Energy Climate Data Hackathon 2021
A 5-day online workshop (and 3h scoping event)
21st to 25th June 2021: UK working hours
This event has been completed. The original hackathon webpage is available here and a write-up of the event is here.
To promote the understanding of climate risk in future energy systems, the Universities of Oxford and Reading, working in partnership with the UK Met Office, hosted a virtual (online) 5-day hackathon on 21-25 June 2021. The hackathon was part of a series organised through the Met Office – Academic Partnership (MOAP), and the goal of this event was to produce novel solutions for understanding and quantifying climate risks in future energy systems including:
- Developing decision support aids
- Providing improved solutions for data-exchange between energy- and climate- science
- Model development and enhancement
- Novel end-user applications
The hackathon was open to anyone working in the fields of energy and/or climate whether from industry, policy or academia, and was attended by ~40 participants from around the world. A detailed write up of the event is being prepared (for submission to BAMS) and will be uploaded here once it is available.
Outputs from the event are available here: