Zeng Ming, North China Electric Power University: It is recommended to promote flexible and independent micro-balanced trading with the support of trading information technology such as blockchain.

On May 28th, Professor Zeng Ming, a professor and doctoral supervisor of the School of Business Administration of North China Electric Power University, published the key issues and related recommendations that should be considered in the 14th Five-Year Plan for Energy and Power in China. The article points out that it is recommended to promote the integration of energy technology and information and communication technology systems during the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” period, and support the flexible and autonomous micro-balanced transactions of energy, supported by transactional information technologies such as blockchain, and realize distributed energy and distributed energy storage entities. Point-to-point real-time independent trading between large industrial users and individuals and household-level micro-uses, while encouraging innovative green energy certification, green currency, green certificates and other new clean energy business models, driving the revolution of energy system.