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Calling ConnectivityWeek Hacks
Clasma Events and Cleanweb bring first hackathon to ConnectivityWeek
The ConnectivityWeek Hackathon is a first-of-its-kind event to bring software developers and Smart Grid experts together to “hack” -- or, develop -- innovative energy applications for consumers over a two-day period.
Inspired by Green Button data and analytics, the hackathon will gather software app developers to solve a series of home-energy-management (HEM) problem sets in a competitive environment.
The hackathon will kick off Tuesday, May 22, at ConnectivityWeek, giving the hackers two full days to innovate. Applications will be judged, and winners will be selected, during the conference’s Thursday-afternoon closing plenary session.
Cleanweb and ConnectivityWeek are happy to announce prizes to the first ever Hackathon at ConnectivityWeek May/22-24 in Santa Clara. Winners will be decided by the esteemed panel of judges.
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How you can participate
The Cleanweb Hackathon at ConnectivityWeek is a unique opportunity for software developers to get on the ground floor and explore innovation around the clean energy system of tomorrow.
Be part of the Hackathon
Software developers should consider attending the Hackathon by registering today.
Come see the Hackathon
Attendees at ConnectivityWeek will see first hand how software applications can today be created around data made available from numerous sources including Green Button energy consumption streams.
About Cleanweb Hackathon
Co-founded by Blake Burris, Dynamo Labs and Sunil Paul, Spring Ventures, Cleanweb Hackathon is the brainchild of industry leaders in the cleantech and infotech spaces seeking to accelerate the innovation and commercialization of cleanweb applications and raise awareness of the growing trend. During these weekend-long competitions in key markets, developers, designers, and business professionals dedicated to optimizing resource use and driving cleantech development come together to create new web applications that address current energy and resource challenges.
See the Schedule for the Hackathon at ConnectivityWeek here.