On April 30, 2017, Germany set a new national record for renewable energy use. During a portion of the day, 85% of all electricity at use was produced by renewables. Biomass, hydroelectric, solar, and wind are all prominent energy sources within the country. While the United States has nowhere that level of green energy integrated into society, blockchain innovations are developing green alternatives for individuals around the world.Read More
The most exciting of conferences, Consensus, took place last week in New York City and Greeneum was in attendance in full force. New York’s first-ever Blockchain Week (May 11–17) features scores of conferences, events, and summits, but the biggest is Consensus.Read More
The emergence of new blockchain platforms continues apace in the energy sector. Here we look at some recent activities which should cause investors to do ‘undue’ due intelligence when looking to place their funds.
Greeneum blockchain platform
First up is Greeneum, which grandly styles itself as “the world’s first blockchain-powered sustainable, scalable and secure energy and data trading platform”.Read More
If there are two things changing the world right now, it’s blockchain technology and renewable energy. The world is poised to see how fast it will take to see mass adoption of cryptocurrencies. It is likewise waiting with bated breath to see if renewable energy generation and storage will achieve sufficient market penetration in time to combat climate change.Read More
No longer will entire populations have to wait for government agencies or committees to assess the economic viability of an energy plan. With blockchain tech, individual investors in the token marketplace can have a say in when and where energy is delivered.Read More
Painting the World ‘GREEN’ with Greeneum’s Decentralized Energy Platform. Since the energy consumption patterns are changing today, Greeneum has created a sustainable energy market that enables smart monetization of real time energy transactions.
Greeneum offers an energy trading platform that connects all the entities in the energy supply chain—energy producers, utilities, grid operators, energy traders, and consumers into a single Greeneum network.Read More