We will be showcasing the Open Climate project and blockchain proof of concepts developed with Avangrid at their 2019 Innovation Forum. Follow up soon after for the publication of a white paper on digital MRV (monitoring, reporting and verification) of renewable energy climate assets.
We will be deploying a full prototype of our smart solar financing platform in a project a the Aibonito FabIDEAS community Coop. Follow with us soon after for the white paper and case study.
Yale-NUS Data Science and Yale-NUS Blockchain Society presents Singapore’s first blockchain hakathon at a tertiary level. Partnered with Data-Driven Lab and Yale Openlab at the Tsai Centre for Innovative Thinking, we present a one day hackathon open to all Singapore enrolled students focused on the topic of climate and climate change.
Climate change has been called the “defining problem of the 21st century,” although global scientific analysis shows that governments are far off track to meeting goals to prevent its dangerous impacts. Hack 4 Climate will engage the greater Yale-NUS community to apply data science and technology to explore innovative solutions to our collective climate crisis.
To participate in this event, you need to be a student of Yale-NUS.
A Guide to the Value of Open Source Technology for Social Impact
Work with the Yale Openlab and UNICEF innovation team to develop a report
on the role of open technology for radical impact.
Join the info session at Tsai CITY, 254 Elm St. 3rd floor
March 7, 12pm. Pizza will be served.
Join us on a weekend long event to kickstart your blockchain thinking and practical skillset. Day 1 is a general introduction and discussion on the technology and its use-cases, and day 2 are hand-on workshops to deploy smart contracts, tokens and getting started as a blockchain developer.