Can blockchain help us to address the world’s energy issues?

Smart contracts can be linked to wind turbines to direct their behaviour. Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Jon Creyts

Managing Director, Rocky Mountain Institute

Ana Trbovich

Co-founder in charge of Strategy and Business Development, Grid Singularity


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