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Research Article - Journal of Industrial and Environmental Chemistry (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4

Business models for sustainable energy and blockchain technology.

Smith Wang*

Deartment of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Iceland, Sæmundargötu 2, 101, Reykjavík, Iceland

*Corresponding Author:
Smith Wang
Deartment of Environment and Natural Resources
University of Iceland, Sæmundargötu 2
101, Reykjavík, Iceland

Received: 04-July-2022, Manuscript No. AAIEC-22-71125; Editor assigned: 06-July-2022, PreQC No. AAIEC-22-71125(PQ); Reviewed: 19-July-2022, QC No. AAIEC-22-71125; Revised: 21-July-2022, Manuscript No. AAIEC-22-71125(R); Published: 25-July-2022, DOI: 10.35841/2591-7331-6.4.120

Citation: Wang S. Business models for sustainable energy and block chain technology. J Ind Environ Chem. 2022;6(4):120

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Blockchain technology is taken into account to be a unquiet technology that has real potential for modification when steam engines, electricity, and therefore the web. However, in terms of power generation, this level of hydropower development in my country is barely thirty ninth. Compared with developed countries, there's still an enormous gap and a high development area. this text proposes an enquiry on the applying of blockchain technology in good property energy business models, studies the conversion path of property energy systems, introduces integrated energy service blockchain technology, and builds a property energy transition model. the choice of sensible dimensions needs each Quantitative indicators additionally need cultural and behavioural qualitative indicators; finally, through the analysis of social development trends and government policies, the external variable landscape signals area unit parameterized. property energy instead of fossil energy is that the energy of the longer term [1].

Energy property plays a vital role in achieving environmental property, hence, underpins temperature change mitigation. Yet, studies assessing the overarching result of existing property frameworks on energy production and consumption area unit restricted. Here, we offer comprehensive assessment of energy property across 217 countries and territories spanning 1960– 2019. victimization eleven targets and fifteen indicators of the property Development Goals (SDGs), we have a tendency to gift winners and losers of energy property by accounting for pre-millennium development goals (MDGs), MDGs, and SDGs across financial gain teams. whereas the origin of the 2030 agenda has improved energy and environmental performance across economies, low-income countries area unit still troubled to satisfy many of the SDGs. we discover that sustained economic process with reduced financial gain difference improves energy property in developing economies [2].

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Public acceptance of property energy policies is crucial for with success transitioning towards a property energy system. However, comparatively very little is understood regarding once and why individuals realize energy policies acceptable. we have a tendency to examined to what extent policy characteristics and individual psychological feature factors influence property energy policy acceptableness among a sample within the European country. employing a within-participants experimental style, 261 respondents rated the acceptableness of twenty four energy policies that consistently varied supported the energy behaviour targeted by the policy, whether or not the policy was a push or pull style, and whether or not the policies indicated they'd generate funds from or portion funds to people, associate environmental fund, or a general fund of pooled finances. we have a tendency to replicated previous findings that the stronger people's biospheric values, the a lot of acceptable they realize property energy policies. Moreover, we have a tendency to found that a policy's target behaviour could influence acceptableness, however that this can be now not the case once dominant for biospheric values.

In order to effectively address environmental issues, like temperature change, transitioning to a property energy system is important. with success achieving the energy transition would force individuals to vary their energy use behaviours and act a lot of sustainably during a style of ways in which. Specifically, they have to perform curtailment behaviours (e.g., lower the heater), potency behaviours (e.g., adopt energy economical appliances), adopt property energy sources, like wind or alternative energy, and alter once they use energy to times once sustainably created energy is accessible [4].

Energy resources area unit indivisible from the activities of human society, creating the property development of energy a world goal. This study aims to use quantitative strategies to live the impact of digital technology on energy property. This study explained the connotation of property energy development associated analyzed the role of digital technology in this by constructing an analysis index system for the amount of digital technology supported digital infrastructure, the popularization of digital instrumentality, and therefore the application of digital technology. Then, victimization Chinese time-series knowledge 2002–2019, the entropy weight technique for order preference by similarity to the perfect answer methodology was adopted to guage China’s digital technology development level. Finally, a vector autoregressive model was established to review the interrelations between China’s digital technology and property energy development supported energy production, supply, consumption, and environmental protection [5].


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