The Energy Department continues to sponsor hackathons throughout the US in partnership with its Presidential Innovation Fellows to introduce its public API and the use of “green button” usage data increasingly being made available by energy utilities. According a post from Energy’s CIO, Bob Brese, on the department’s website, hackthons this year have taken place in Washington, DC, San Diego, Valley Forge, PA, Boston, and Los Angeles as part of the second contest of DoE’s American Energy Data Challenge (http://energychallenge.energy.gov/), which aims to expose the tech community to the department’s available datasets, as well as data standards and tools.

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The Energy Department continues to sponsor hackathons throughout the US in partnership with its Presidential Innovation Fellows to introduce its public API and the use of “green button” usage data increasingly being made available by energy utilities. According a post from Energy’s CIO, Bob Brese, on the department’s website, hackthons this year have taken place in Washington, DC, San Diego, Valley Forge, PA, Boston, and Los Angeles as part of the second contest of DoE’s American Energy Data Challenge (http://energychallenge.energy.gov/), which aims to expose the tech community to the department’s available datasets, as well as data standards and tools.

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The Energy Department continues to sponsor hackathons throughout the US in partnership with its Presidential Innovation Fellows to introduce its public API and the use of “green button” usage data increasingly being made available by energy utilities. According a post from Energy’s CIO, Bob Brese, on the department’s website, hackthons this year have taken place in Washington, DC, San Diego, Valley Forge, PA, Boston, and Los Angeles as part of the second contest of DoE’s American Energy Data Challenge (http://energychallenge.energy.gov/), which aims to expose the tech community to the department’s available datasets, as well as data standards and tools.

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