Full Livestream for “Solar State of Play”

Watch the full event video from “Solar State of Play: Innovative Models that are Driving the Market Forward” Originally broadcast on June 20, 2013

Cleanweb Event – Full Livestream is up!

For those who could not make it to last night’s event, the full event is now up our website. You can watch it here.

Energy Storage event – Full livestream is up!

For those who could not make it to last night’s event, the full event is now up our website. You can watch it here.


Join us TONIGHT at Share & Share Alike!

Don’t forget !!!  Tonight’s Share & Share Alike event.  New Applications for Collaboration & Resource Optimization.

The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC

44 Charlton Street @ Varick Street


Online registration is open until 4pm.  After 4pm, cash tickets can be purchased at the door.


If unable to join us in person, you can watch our live feed  at Greentech Media. The stream should be starting at around 7:05PM.

See you tonight !


Cleanweb Hackathon in NYC!

Update: Bill Weihl, Head of Sustainability at Facebook, will be a keynote speaker on Friday night and one of the judges! 
Join Clean Energy Connections September 28-30th at the second Cleanweb Hackathon NYC! The Cleanweb Hackathon NYC is an upcoming gathering that brings together software developers, designers and entrepreneurs to brainstorm and create innovative products, apps, and solutions to global resource constraints. At the Hackathon, participants are challenged to build applications that tackle energy, waste, water, transportation and other sustainability issues by leveraging web and mobile technologies. The teams of hackers are equipped with datasets, APIs, pizza, and coffee, and have 28 hours to produce working apps, products, and hacks to be presented to a select panel of judges. This event is part of the Cleanweb Hackathon Series that began in San Francisco in September 2011 and has upcoming events in 10 cities around North America and Europe.

The Cleanweb Hackathon will commence Friday evening with a kickoff social at AlleyNYC from 6:30pm to 9pm where participants can deliver a two-minute pitch of their ideas in an effort to recruit teammates. On Saturday morning, all competitors will come back to AlleyNYC where they will spend the next 30 hours brainstorming and developing cleanweb applications. The following day will include a press conference for media to meet and mingle with the organizing sponsors, judges, and competitors, as well as the cleanweb application presentations and award ceremony. Check out this article from Rob Day about all the apps that come out of Boston’s cleanweb hackathon last sping.

Register for the hackathon at http://nyc.cleanweb.co/.
Check out this great write-up about the event on the C40 Blog from one of the organizers - http://c40.org/c40blog/expert-voices-david-gilford-assistant-director-new-york-city-economic-development-corporation
Also check out this great deck about how the cleanweb will beat cleantech from SXSW – http://www.slideshare.net/blake/why-cleanweb-will-beat-cleantech

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