Nikkei's Asian Review writes that the project partners want to develop ways of getting information about the interaction of machinery with power grids. This will allow electric car owners to receive an award for accumulating energy in the batteries and then to return to the overall network. The study will be conducted as part of the Open Blocklocchain Mobility Initiative, overseen by an international consortium of automation and IT companies.
It is assumed that "smart power" will use renewable energy sources that are not always stable. Electric cars will help solve this problem and smooth out dips and power cuts. In addition, for owners, they will become a constant source of income.