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Blockchain could be the missing link in the renewable energy revolution


Green Industry News Aug 23, 2019 by World Economic Forum


An estimated €231 billion is spent annually on energy efficiency (EE) investments - but tapping the full potential of EE will require at least four times as much investment. This finance gap is slowing down the energy transition we need.



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How blockchain can make the world more energy efficient

An estimated €231 billion is spent annually on energy efficiency (EE) investments - but tapping the full potential of EE will require at least four times as much investment. This finance gap is slowing down the energy transition we need.








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