Blockchain and the transition to a low carbon economy

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Blockchain and the transition to a low carbon economy

Blockchain technology has the potential to fundamentally change the energy industry - what does this mean for the low carbon transition, asks Pöyry Management Consulting's Robert Schwarz

Blockchain is a distributed, digital transaction technology that allows for securely storing data and executing smart contracts in peer-to-peer networks. The story of blockchain technology alone has potential...

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