Renji Hospital Joins DNV GL and VeChain’s Digital Carbon Ecosystem
Renji, one of the most prestigious hospitals in China will be joining the DNV GL and VeChain-initiated Digital Carbon Ecosystem. The hospital made the announcement at the just concluded Sino-Norwegian Cultural Exchange, which held at the East Division of the Hospital on May 13.
The Digital Carbon Ecosystem targets ‘building a digital low carbon ecosystem to reduce global carbon emissions and create a low carbon life.’ By using an array of IoT devices in conjunction with VeChainThor’s blockchain, the carbon emissions from businesses and individuals can be tracked. Individuals are incentivized with carbon credits for lowering their carbon footprint.
Following the integration, registered users on the Digital Carbon Ecosystem can now book the healthcare services provided by Renji using carbon credits. This is quite significant because the hospital handles over 2.1 million outpatient and emergency cases every year.
In another news, Norway in a Box announced during the Sino-Norwegian Cultural Exchangethat their products will go live on the Bright Code. Bright Code is a consumer confidence index platform that allows consumers to access data and learn about the origin and lifecycle of their products.
The CEO of Norway in a Box expressed his excitement in the upcoming activities, he said:
I’m excited and honored to be a partner of DNV GL and VeChain, and have our products on the Bright Code platform. In around two weeks, the first batch of blockchain-empowered Norwegian salmon will be delivered to China. We’re looking forward to its arrival.