Power Purchase Agreement platform Zeigo is launching a PPA hackathon in a bid to find novel ways of aggregating demand and enabling businesses to buy direct from renewable generators.
It wants to hear from coders keen to showcase their talent, plus energy experts, data scientists, entrepreneurs, creatives, lawyers etc.
The Ecohack event takes place 9 October in London, sponsored by Scottish Power and DLA Piper. It’s currently planned to be a physical event. Plan B is to run the hackathon virtually through Zoom with teams able to break out into their own meeting rooms. Judges will go to a physical location for the judging panel.
Those that wish to take part are invited to take part in a virtual briefing on 24 September.
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