EnergyTorrent is about open source solutions for renewable energy. It is driven by international community of people sharing their knowledge with each other working on more transformative and resilient future for the whole spaceship Earth.
Cohabitat energy hackers with their biomass gasifier
We are happy to announce that the Polish division of EnergyTorrent is about to launch. Very soon energy hackers in Poland will have their own local community of devoted people sharing open source energy designs and solutions with the whole planet :)
The team behind international solar hackathon is sorry to inform that SunnyDay is postponed untill the next summer season.
For us decision to cancel SunnyDay scheduled for August 2015 was a hard one. We invested tons of time, attention, love and money in preparing it and now we have to move it 9 months later.
This year in August we are organizing a big international hackathon aimed at scaling up the success of SunnyDay – 2014. Engineers and hackers will be competing to design best solar concnetrator solutions which will be released under open-source licence. We think it is good idea to reward those awesome teams. So we have launched our crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in order to provide great prizes for our teams!
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EnergyTorrent team and Greencubator invite to participate in conference “EnergyTorrent: energy of communities and co-actions”, which will take place on June 26-28 in Kyiv at the territory of “Platforma” art-factory.
Design-It-Together (DIT) approach is at the core of the existence and functioning of EnergyTorrent community. In this approach as well as in Do-It-Yourself (DIY) we have much in common with makers – people who (just as we do) think that each of us can do many things. Both using just own hands and brains as well as using them in joint effort for bigger projects. That is why we were not hesitating when they invited us to participate in Kyiv Maker Faire – one of the events gathering people like us – hackers, tinkerers, engineers and tech enthusiasts. Continue reading
We are more than happy to announce that from now on you can register for SunnyDay international solar challenge. So, if you are solar hacker/engineer, volunteer, spectator or journalist – just fill in this form for preliminary registration for SunnyDay!
Registration form for SunnyDay 2015: https://goo.gl/uLz2kn
Join the crowd of hackers/engineers and enthusiasts building true energy freedom! Continue reading
Since today international solar challenge SunnyDay has even more friends. A bright team of “Scientific Fun” – a project making science popular among Ukrainian youth in a trully original and engaging way has joined us.
EnergyTorrent / Greencubator team is happy to invite hackers/engineers to participate in international solar challenge SunnyDay 2015. It will take place on August 15-20th in Ukraine and gather solar hackers teams competing in developing the best solar concentration solutions.
This year we decided to scale up the success of our last year’s hackathon. So now SunnyDay is an international solar challenge welcoming hacker/engineer teams from around the globe. What does not change from last year is that there will be lots of tech creativity, fun, informal communication and interesting people.
Diversity solar concentrator at hackathon SunnyDay – 2014
EnergyTorrent team is happy to announce the availability of blueprints and assembly instructions of “Diversity” concentrator. We have released them under open-source license at EnergyTorrent Wiki.
We’ve just published an English language video report from our previous open-source solar hackathon — SunnyDay 2014. The hackathon dedicated to development of solar concentrators turned out to be a challenging, entertaining and truly innovative event. 8 teams, 34 hackers/engineers, 3 days of intensive tech creativity and fun made it truly unforgettable. Now English-speaking audience globally can not only see the atmosphere of the event but also understand what our hackers are talking about: