US Senate Committee on Energy Efficiency of Blockchain and Similar Technologies

On August 21st, 2018, the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources held a public hearing on Energy Efficiency of Blockchain and Similar Technologies. The purpose of the hearing is to consider the energy efficiency of blockchain and similar technologies and the cybersecurity possibilities of such technologies for energy industry applications. In particular, should we expect [Read more]

Did you check your PEAK consumption today and why didn’t you?

Peak consumption in energy is an expensive matter in 2 ways. First we have to make sure that our infrastructure is capable of handling those peaks plus a safety margin, which has its impact on investments or leasing costs, and of course on the ongoing maintenance and complexity of our infrastructure. Secondly, most energy suppliers [Read more]