The Correos agreement is not the only new initiative to use blockchain to mitigate corporations environmental impact. Other Spanish companies such as energy start-up Greenb2e also have tokenization projects for the use of renewable energy. In particular, this project seeks to promote ecological practices for companies.
Another Spanish project launched December this year has the backing of Spain’s largest department store chainEl Corte Inglés, in partnership with the Energías de Portugal (EDP) group. Through this project, both entities will certify the use of renewable energy in El Corte Inglés stores, starting with a pilot in the towns of Malaga, Seville, and Cádiz.
This is also not Spain’s only pledge to incorporate emerging technology into its infrastructure. In July 2018, more than 130 deputies of Spain’s Popular Party drafted a bill proposing the implementation of blockchain technology to make government administration more transparent and efficient.
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