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Reaching for Net-Zero: Achieving Zero Carbon Data Centers by Decentralizing Consensus of Power Supply Amongst Utility and Microgrid Providers

Using the framework of decentralized networking, control, and computation enabled by blockchain technologies and hybrid peer-to-peer IoT storage, it is possible to model the operation and control of a simple yet fully renewable microgrid data center environment.

EYP Mission Critical Facilities Inc. has published “Reaching for Net-Zero: Achieving Zero Carbon Data Centers by Decentralizing Consensus of Power Supply Amongst Utility and Microgrid Providers” which explores the optimization of energy dispatch and supply from distributed resources down to a data center or microgrid supported campus.

 

This paper is the first in a series of UN2030 Sustainable Development Goals initiative thought experiments focused on using blockchain and decentralized consensus algorithms to overcome logistical barriers to a true zero carbon emissions data center and microgrid environment.

The objective of this whitepaper is to conceptually portray an application for which blockchain removes barriers to the success of zero carbon emissions operating and embodied environment. This is achieved via a thought experiment in which four distributed energy suppliers need to cooperate to deliver synchronized or grid forming power to a microgrid supported data center and accurately respond to events of increased demand to maximize their own revenues.


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