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Register to the Energy Data Hackdays!

- July 15, 2021 in Climate, Daten, Energie, event, hackathon, International, National, smart city

We are happy to announce the fourth edition of Energy Data Hackdays! The Hackdays will take place on the 24th & 25th of September 2021 in Brugg, Switzerland.
Energy companies, public administrations and other organisations related to the energy industry will make data available for the development of creative ideas and initial prototypes. The focus will be on industry relevant topics like, among other, the energy grid as an interface to the smart communities, the role of the transmission grid in the decentralisation of the production sector, security of supply with a decentralised production, how to ensure data security or how to link network planning and urban development.
The hackdays are as usual free and open to any person interested in helping to shape the future of energy!
Looking forward to meeting you there!
Registration: https://energydatahackdays.ch (keep an eye open, more info will follow soon on the Energy Data Hackdays website)

Energy & Climate Hack

- May 27, 2021 in Bern, Climate, Daten, Energie, event, Forschung, hackathon, International, smart city

There’s no need to emphasize the need for action and innovation against climate change.
Transport, production, from habitat to consumption… around 70 % of global CO2 emissions are linked to the activities in cities.  The Energy & Climate Hack will take place in the city of Berne on August 31st and September 1st 2021, as a parallel event to the Decarbonizing Cities Conference. This hackathon throws a bridge between common issues and needs across borders and will bring together students from the United Kingdom and Switzerland as well as experts,hackers and people aspiring to make a difference. The multidisciplinary teams will look at smarter urban living through the lenses of energy efficiency and research for better decision making. The beauty of this event is not only that it will allow us to explore new solutions, but also that it exemplifies how bottom-up locally embedded initiatives tackle global issues and how these proposals, tested at a local scale, can help our society beyond their original purpose. This event is organised in collaboration with Swisspower and the British Embassy in Berne. It is open and free of charge, like all our other hackdays.
Please register until the August 17th 2021 and take part: you too can help shape the cities of the future!Find out more on http://www.energyclimatehack.ch/