Month

January 2016

Ideas Night: Green Spaces and the Smart Energy Vision

At the ideas session for our environment hackday this week, we were joined by Jane Wildblood, Cleo Newcombe-Jones, and Paul Pearce of the B&NES sustainability team. We had an interesting discussion about smart energy, plans to develop the riverside area of… Continue Reading →

Ideas Night: Transition Bath and School Energy Data

At the ideas session for our environment hackday this week, we were joined by Philip Haile of Transition Bath. Philip shared the results of some recent analysis of local school energy usage data. Here’s a summary of what we learned and some… Continue Reading →

Environment hackday: sowing the seeds

Last Wednesday evening we held the first of a series of evening events running up to our Environment hackday on the 13th-14th February. This post has a short summary of what we discussed and an outline of the events happening over the next few… Continue Reading →

Why open data is good for public sector IT

One of the attractions of working in the public sector is the chance to work for public good. But when the public picture council officers they will likely be librarians, refuse collectors, social workers, planning officers.  Probably not IT staff…. Continue Reading →

LOVE the environment weekend

We’re very pleased and excited to announce our first event for 2016! As part of the Bath Digital Festival 2016, we will be kicking off the weekend’s festivities with a free event on 13th-14th Feburary, where we will be exploring how… Continue Reading →

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