The Ralph Lowe Energy Institute at the TCU Neeley School of Business examines how blockchain-based technologies impact the future of energy as part of the Kenneth W. Davis Jr. Leaders in Energy Speaker Series.
December 03, 2021
Alarming stories about the energy use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are in the news. But could blockchain-based technologies like Bitcoin be key to forging a transition to sustainable energy, stabilizing the grid, tracking carbon and saving resources along the way? So say experts at this year’s Energy and Blockchain Symposium, part of the Kenneth W. Davis Jr. Leaders in Energy Speaker Series hosted by the Ralph Lowe Energy Institute at the TCU Neeley School of Business.
An expert panel, moderated by Ann Bluntzer, acting director of the Ralph Lowe Energy, featured industry expertise from TCU grads, a TCU Neeley professor, and a board member of the institute, as well as Geoffrey Cann, keynote speaker at the October 1 symposium.
Topics ranged from Bitcoin’s energy use to industry disruption, with fascinating answers to a wide range of questions. Watch the video for insights into the promise of blockchain technologies and the future of energy.