Katie Kouchakji Technology - 25/April/2018

New kid on the block

Blockchain is regularly touted in the media as a tool to revolutionise business, but the jury is still out on whether it can help speed up the transition to renewables

The past few years have seen a growing awareness and buzz around cryptocurrencies and blockchain and how these technological tools will alter the way business is done. It is easy for customers to see the attraction of a decentralised data system for the energy sector, but it remains to be seen whether blockchain can deliver on its promises and support the energy transition ...

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