At BERC’s second annual “cleanweb” hackathon this past weekend, hackers came together to produce four new apps to help analyze and reduce home water consumption, food-related water footprints, and commercial building energy consumption.
Calling all developers, designers, data scientists, entrepreneurs, and energy & water gurus! The BERC Cleanweb Hackathon 2.0 will take place April 18-20, hosted by CITRIS in Sutardja Dai Hall.
This past weekend, UC Berkeley threw its first inaugural “Cleanweb Hackathon” with a coalition of campus sponsors and corporate partners.
Join the Hackathon this Friday – Sunday, April 26 – 28 at Sutardja Dai Hall on Hearst Ave
Now calling all developers, coders, hackers, designers, entrepreneurs, and energy gurus! The Berkeley Cleanweb Hackathon will be hosted over the course of the weekend April 26-28, with a kickoff Friday evening.
The Cleantech Goes Social Contest aims to expand the use of Facebook to encourage adoption of clean technologies, help individuals and companies reduce their environmental impact, and engage the public in further dialogue surrounding key sustainability challenges.
The Book of Energy app aim to offer professional “training and tools in the energy economy” and has the potential to increase the percentage of efficient appliances sold across the U.S.