Cars are becoming autonomous. Machines are taking over critical roles in the service and manufacturing sectors. So why don’t we hear more about the energy sector embracing the technologies of tomorrow — whether to save money, the planet, or both?
It turns out there are many people talking about blockchain’s potential to disrupt the energy sector — you just need to know where to find them. We were fortunate to track down one blockchain enthusiast within the energy sector, Robert Godes. As the founder, president, and CTO of Brillouin Energy, Godes has a firsthand view of blockchain’s impact on the future of energy.
Tune into today’s episode to hear how Brillouin Energy and their ilk are applying blockchain to energy trading, tracking, and beyond.
About Robert Godes: After 25 years experience as an innovator in identifying and developing various clean technology products, Robert Godes founded Brillouin Energy. He has closely studied and has a deep understanding of applied science, most engineering disciplines, quantum mechanics, general physics, high energy and condensed matter physics, electronics, control systems, programming, and electro chemistry. Mr. Godes holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Ohio Northern University.
What you will learn in this episode:
- Why blockchain will provide better energy consumption data for consumers.
- How limited bandwidth is hampering adoption of blockchain in the energy sector.
- How blockchain could enable real-time energy trading on a peer-to-peer level.
Brillouin Energy: www.BrillouinEnergy.com
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