Market Research Report
Energy Blockchain Vendor and Deployment Tracker 3Q19: Vendors, Project Deployments, Use Cases, Investments, and Key Trends from the Emerging Energy Blockchain Market
|Published by||Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)||Product code||912242|
|Published||Content info||23 Pages; 21 Tables, Charts & Figures
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Energy Blockchain Vendor and Deployment Tracker 3Q19: Vendors, Project Deployments, Use Cases, Investments, and Key Trends from the Emerging Energy Blockchain Market|
|Published: September 25, 2019||Content info: 23 Pages; 21 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Blockchain is a mathematical framework for decentralized information and systems management. Since roughly 2015, startups, utilities, and technology companies have financed and deployed demonstration and pilot projects to determine whether blockchain can address pain points across the energy industry. These projects focused on a wide range of use cases, from transactive energy and peer-to-peer energy trading to supply chain management and renewable energy certificates. As the technology slowly matures, the narrative that blockchain will fundamentally disrupt the energy system is giving way to a more pragmatic vision in which blockchain makes existing processes more efficient.
The inaugural Energy Blockchain Vendor and Deployment Tracker is the first report from Navigant Research to track blockchain vendor market entries and exits, funding, investments, and project deployments in the energy industry. It breaks down vendor and project trends across five global regions and covers 236 vendors, 254 projects, and nearly $700 million in cumulative funding invested into energy blockchain development. Including unannounced private investments, Navigant Research anticipates that the actual total invested figure exceeds $1 billion. This Navigant Research report tracks blockchain vendor and project developments in the energy industry. It follows data from vendors and projects across five geographic regions and six market segments: supply chain, generation, wholesale, distribution, retail, and behind the meter. Where available, the report provides specific information on project partners and funding, project size, use cases, company status, and other data points.