Blockchain Applications in the Energy Sector

  • ID: 3849618
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 37 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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A New Data Paradigm Enabling Decentralized Generation
Blockchains are a new infrastructure layer for data and digital services, which can be deployed between servers, on mobile devices, or with the Internet of Things. Blockchain technology can provide some powerful new capabilities to existing systems or can replace legacy ones.

The energy sector has seen significant changes over the past few decades across generation, distribution, storage, and consumption. Blockchains can provide technology solutions to these challenges: data coordination between a myriad devices; a low-friction, automated trading platform; and open access for innovative products and services.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Key Findings
2. Foundations-Blockchain
  • What are Blockchains?
  • How Blockchains Work (Simplified)
  • Cryptocurrencies are a New Model for Digitally-native Assets and Currency
  • Smart Contracts Enable Advanced Blockchain Applications
  • Key Blockchain Benefits for Business
  • Blockchains Reimagine Digital Services
  • Bitcoin and Blockchain Funding Reaches $1 Billion
3. Blockchain Applications in the Energy Sector
  • Blockchains Address Key Challenges in the Energy Sector
  • Use Case 1-Energy Trade Networks
  • Use Case 2-Digital Renewable Energy Credits
  • Use Case 3-IoT Data Infrastructure
4. Blockchain Technology Providers
  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum
  • Consensys
5. Blockchain Project Profiles
  • LO3 Energy
  • Grid
  • SolarCoin and ElectriCChain
  • Filament
6. Key Takeaways
  • Energy Sector Strategies for Blockchain Technology
  • Legal Disclaimer
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- Bitcoin
- Consensys
- Ethereum
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