About The EnergyHack
Now in its 4th year, the MIT EnergyHack brings opportunities for learning, problem solving, and networking to the forefront as teams develop rapid, innovative solutions to the problems in energy that our society faces today.
With challenges written for a myriad of fields within the energy industry, and with our participants specializing across so many different disciplines, there is great opportunity for students and sponsors alike to apply their skills and learn something new.
In brief, participants will be presented with challenges form companies in the energy industry on November 2nd and break out into teams. Those teams will then have until Sunday morning to hack the challenge they’ve been assigned and present their solution to company representatives, fellow hackers, and judges. The presentations will be in the form of a short PowerPoint presentation. The judges will rank solutions and presentations and winning teams will receive prizes in various categories.
If you're interested in participating in the EnergyHack with us, please visit the link HERE.
Read more about last year's EnergyHack (then the Energy Hackathon) HERE.
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A note from One of our sponsors:
Passionate about solving energy toughest challenges? Eager to expand your network and interact with smart students and innovative companies?
Start the journey with Schneider Electric!
Join us and the Energy Club for the 2018 MIT Energy Hackathon from Nov 2nd to 4th, 2018. Over few days, hundreds of students team up and meet energy companies to exchange ideas, collaborate and create innovative solutions that will make an impact to the world.
Join our problem solvers community “the Schneider Electric Exchange” to compete with some of the most innovative start-ups and data scientists and invent the future of energy: https://exchange.se.com/develop/challenges
November 2-4, 2018