A U.S. Department of Energy lab is exploring blockchain technology as a line of defense against cyberattacks on power plants.
Russian state-owned gas giant Gazprom may soon begin using blockchain to execute and monitor contracts as part of its digitization plans.
Japanese IT giant Fujitsu has developed a blockchain-based exchange system that it says produces a more stable energy supply at peak periods.
The U.S. Department of Energy is offering funding of up to $4.8 million for fossil energy research, including blockchain applications.
Oil giants Shell and BP are among a group of firms planning to launch a blockchain platform to automate post-trade processes in the energy industry.
Singapore's energy utilities provider has launched a blockchain-powered marketplace for trading renewable energy certificates.
A publicly owned firm chaired by a Chinese billionaire lost millions through crypto investments, yet it's still seeking to rebrand around the tech.
The U.S. Senate will host a hearing on blockchain's energy use and whether the tech can be used to protect infrastructure next week.
A team from one of the top universities in China has developed a decentralized exchange, not for crypto assets, but for unused electricity.
The second largest mobile carrier in South Korea has launched its own blockchain network and aims to apply the tech across several sectors.