THE DAILY ROUNDUP – Tuesday

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IBM To Bring 4,000 Suppliers Onto New Blockchain Platform

Today, IBM and Chainyard announced Trust Your Supplier (TYS), a blockchain-based platform for simplifying supply chain management and supplier verification and onboarding. Within the coming months, IBM plans to bring 4,000 of its North American suppliers onto the new network…


Why solar, wind energy and EVs will be the death of the petroleum industry

A stunning new report from French-based global banking group BNP Paribas signals the death toll for the petrol industry – a mixture of solar, wind power and electric vehicles can deliver more than six times the “mobility” returns on each dollar invested than oil. The report, entitled…


EU Makes a New Bet on Green Hydrogen

The European Commission has awarded the H2FUTURE project to a consortium made up of Voestalpine, Siemens, VERBUND, and Austrian Power Grid (APG). Joining forces with them are research-partners K1-MET and ECN. The contract is for the construction of one of the world’s largest…


Solar-powered desalination plant in Kenya gives fresh water to 25,000 people a day

We are only at the beginning of an increasingly more perilous worldwide water crisis. The ability to turn seawater into drinking water will be able to turn the tides on this problem before it grows. Desalination on an industrial scale would change the world. We may be witnessing the first instances of…


The Low-Carbon-Based Economy’s Future Banks on Energy-Storage Systems

The energy-storage market is the focal point of technological advances backed by the need for product innovation. The electric grid is one of the most complex systems to operate as it requires the power demand and supply to be equal at every moment of time. Therefore, instant adjustment…


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