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A weekend hackathon generates Web and mobile apps geared at improving energy and resource efficiency with a heavy dose of social.
The first hackathon for writing applications that use natural resources more efficiently kicked off this weekend and announced a winner.
Services that let people rent out their apartments and cars are at the forefront of the CleanWeb movement, but eBay is the granddaddy.
The idea of the "cleanweb," or using IT to deal with energy and resource problems, gains ground among entrepreneurs and VCs at weekend hackathon.
Columbia University researchers create an interactive map of the energy use from New York City's buildings with the hopes of identifying potential efficiency improvements and shared on-site energy systems, such as solar.
Cloud platform compatible with wide variety of devices, including Android and iOS, will enable developers to reach wide group of customers as well as utilities and energy service providers.
Nest Labs and its Learning Thermostat bring Silicon Valley's strengths in consumer electronics and software programming to energy, a shift that can go a long way to bringing green technology home to consumers.
There's a real risk that innovation in green technologies will slow for lack of money and interest. Here's why we need a leaner, meaner green tech 2.0.