Blockchain and Energy in Europe, 13 February 2019, Amsterdam

Wednesday, 13 February, 2019

The energy sector is changing rapidly. In a decarbonizing, decentralizing and democratizing landscape, new innovative business models are often based on digital tools. Machine learning and artificial intelligence, for example, have ushered in unprecedented ways of forecasting and executing simulations. With the roll-out of smart meters and other data points, the “Internet of Energy” is slowly, but surely, starting to become a reality, increasing the value of data management even further. One of these digital tools attracted a remarkable amount of attention over the past few years: blockchain technology.