Blockchain technology may ultimately prove as transformative as the internet. There is growing evidence that blockchain applications can positively transform the energy industry and enable a decentralized, resilient, and stable electrical grid. Certain authors of the lead article in the current volume of Energy Law Journal will discuss blockchain’s potential to impact the electric power industry and the opportunities and challenges associated with this new technology.
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Program: 12:00PM- 1:30PM (EST)
Bob Fleishman, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Buck Endemann, K&L Gates
Ben Tajblum, K&L Gates
Sam Hartnett, Energy Web Foundation
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