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Europe’s biggest Energy Efficiency Hack

Ideate new energy efficiency solutions.
Create concepts and prototypes to fuel the Energiewende
and fight climate change!

Learn what it's all about!

Take a look at the last #eehack2018

Read some words from the German Minister of Magic


okay - it's "only" the minister for the environemt -
but she is fully supporting the hack!

Here is what she says in detail

Hack for a sustainable future

For 24 hours (and beyond) become part of humanity’s most exciting challenge:
creating a sustainable energy future to fight climate change.
More than 150 engineers, coders, designers, psychologists, social scientists
and entrepreneurs will gather in Berlin on April 8th
to hack 4 of the most important, ambitious and complicated
energy efficiency challenges. The outcome: well-created and (somehow) tested concepts
with possible further follow-up developments for winning ideas!

Read why YOU should participate

Challenges

Your team will pick one of four challenges:

Energy Efficiency in Supermarkets

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Energy Efficient E-Mobility

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Energy Efficiency In Buildings

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Energy Efficiency in Industry

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Prizes and Follow-up opportunities

At the end of the hack, you will pitch your concept to our jury.
To convince them you will need to combine user, business and tech insights.
Each challenge comes with a special prize and great follow-up opportunities
to further develop your ideas with the challenge partners.
And we put more cool stuff into the winner's box: non-cash prizes worth 2500€ (powered by Deneff).

Take a look at the awesome prizes

Mentors and partners

Your team will be supported by first class coaches
with design thinking, engineering or business backgrounds.
Our partners and sponsors will be there to help you with technical advice.
Inspire them and become part of the solution to climate change.

Get to know them!

If you are interested in a Travel Package (incl. transport and accommodation), please send your CV to hack@deneff.org 

Deadline: 28th February 2019