Energy

C++ Creator Laments C++ Use in Bitcoin Mining Operation

Bjarne Stroustrup, a Danish computer scientist and the creator of C++ programming language, has vented his frustration with use...

The Power in Energy, and How New Technologies Can Shift It

The world is slowly, but very surely, turning its attention to climate change, and to the human activities that are having the ...

Power Ledger Strikes Deal to Roll Out Blockchain in South Australia

Australian blockchain energy firm Power Ledger has partnered with a local energy retailer to roll out its technology in South A...
November 8, 2019
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Ford Uses Blockchain Tech to Track “Green Miles” Driven By Vehicles

The Ford Motor Company is looking into blockchain technology and geofencing to accurately track the number of “green miles” dri...
October 15, 2019
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Japan’s Kanto Region to Track Surplus Solar Energy with Power Ledger

Australian tech firm Power Ledger will run another blockchain-enabled energy trading trial in Japan’s Kanto region by December ...

Government of Uzbekistan Triples Tax on Electricity for Crypto Miners

The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan has ordered a 300% increase on electricity tariffs for cryptocurrency miners. Acco...

Kyrgyzstan Cuts Off Power to 45 Crypto Miners for Overconsumption

Authorities of Kyrgyzstan cut off power to 45 crypto mining firms as they consumed more energy than three local regions combine...

Thai Oil and Gas Firm Develops Blockchain-Based Renewables Platform

Thai state-owned oil and gas company PTT and blockchain energy nonprofit Energy Web Foundation (EWF) are jointly building a blo...

Oil Giants Hire Blockchain Startup to Manage Water in Bakken Fields

A consortium of oil companies including Exxon Mobil, Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell looks to blockchain to manage water used in ...

Power Ledger Goes to Rural Australia to Trade Surplus Energy via DLT

Australian blockchain energy startup Power Ledger has launched its first trial of peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading technology ...
September 10, 2019
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