Queensland Solar and Lighting Now Accepts Crypto-payments for Their Solar Systems

Queensland Solar & Lighting will now accept cryptocurrencies as payment for their services with installing new solar systems in Brisbane, Queensland.

The company will accept any of the 250 digital assets traded on Australian-based crypto exchange Coinspot. Customers can choose to pay fully or part-pay in crypto for their home solar systems.

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting any form of cryptocurrency traded on the Coinspot platform to be used as payment for a solar system.

Daniel Jarrett, Queensland Solar & Lighting

Solar Companies Using Crypto and Blockchain

Queensland Solar & Lighting is one of the latest in the businesses to adopt cryptocurrencies. As we reported, Solar Exchange has been recently launched – a blockchain-based program that will allow Aussies to exchange solar energy credits for beer using blockchain. The program, powered by Power Ledger, will allow customers to track the number of beer they have earned, based on the number of solar energy credits exchanged with Victoria Bitter.


Power Ledger is an Australian-based blockchain venture that allows decentralised selling and buying of renewable energy. Last year, the platform completed a trial with electricity provider American PowerNet, making it the first implementation of peer-to-peer energy trading technology in the United States.

José Oramas

José Oramas

José is a journalist and translator with a keen interest in blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

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