Smart City at Chiang Mai University

Project location
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Temporal matching
15 min
Geographical matching
Country level
Energy tracked (measured/forecasted)
1.5 GWh/y
Tracking method
Hourly Data

Chiang Mai University uses Powerledger’s energy tracking and provenance, with P2P energy trading and carbon intensity tracking, to showcase energy cost reduction for a research institute. The aim is to create a sustainability model that maximizes green energy supply from the buildings and campuses within the university to support Net Zero goals.

Key takeaways:

  1. Demonstration of energy tracking, P2P trading, and granular carbon intensity tracking.
  2. Carbon footprint reduction from solar energy consumption.
  3. Blockchain records provide an audit trail.

Next steps:

  1. 15 MW of solar capacity to be installed by the end of 2024.
  2. Expected to result in up to 10,000 tones of CO2-eq savings per year.


Project stage