We are thrilled to announce that WattTime has received a substantial grant from the Great Lakes Protection Fund to lead a coalition of nonprofits and companies in reducing mercury pollution from coal plants. The project will be a collaboration between WattTime, Rocky Mountain Institute, National Wildlife Federation, Delta Institute, Energy Emissions Intelligence, and several corporate partners.
In 2008, a Federal court struck down the national Clean Air Mercury Rule that required coal-fired power plants to limit dangerous mercury emissions. With repeated attempts to ...
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Who we are:
Where is your electricity coming from right now? Sometimes it’s fossil fuels, other times it’s renewables—and WattTime can tell you which. WattTime is a nonprofit startup that’s fighting climate change by making it easy to use energy when it’s cleanest. The first “WattTime-enabled” product, the JuiceBox Green, is the one and only clean electric vehicle charging station.
What you’ll do:
As WattTime’s first full-time software engineer, you’ll help us extend and scale ...
I'm a long-time Harper's Magazine reader. My two favorite features are the insanely hard cryptic crossword, and the Harper's Index. So for your data-digesting pleasure, check out this mini Harper's Index of some of WattTime's favorite facts about building a smart, clean grid! (more…)
WattTime yesterday joined the University of California Carbon Neutrality Summit [link] as one of two featured startups for the Entrepreneurs forum [video]. At the conference, Governor Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano both spoke about the urgent need for more innovative climate change solutions.
Many speakers focused on Napolitano’s vow to turn the ten UC campuses into “living laboratories” to generate solutions that can be adopted on state, national and global levels.
“Climate change impacts issues as varied as disease management, food security, ...
For the past 2 weeks, WattTime has been gearing up for two exciting Demo Days. In this blog post, we highlight our team’s experiences presenting at both BlackRock and Google.org, sponsors of Fast Forward’s 2015 summer accelerator.
BlackRock is the world’s largest investment firm, with $225 billion in mandates that explicitly address social, ethical or environmental considerations (link). BlackRock is also known for their philanthropy, supporting 20,000 young people all over the world for higher education and 1,942 nonprofit organizations through their programs ...
Our partner eMotorWerks has recently put the JuiceBox Green 40 on Amazon, available to order immediately. Only 20 are in stock so hurry while supply lasts!
The JuiceBox Green 40 is an electric vehicle charging station that enables users like you to truly go green. All you have to do is set your settings and plug in your car to let your car charge whenever there is clean energy available on the grid. The result is a car charged up on electricity generated from cleaner power sources!
To read more about how it all works, check out the case study.
Building Clouds installs equipment on the rooftop of Sutardja Dai Hall (SDH). With WattTime's software, SDH becomes the first building on UC Berkeley campus to save on carbon emissions.
WattTime's co-founder Anna Schneider describes what she has learned at Fast Forward's Summer Accelerator (on-going), and states WattTime's position as a non-profit organization going forward.
Thanks to everyone who attended our online webinar on July 23, 2015! We hope that you left with a satisfactory explanation of how our technology works. If you missed this one, not to worry! Click here to download the PowerPoint. If you have any questions, please shoot us an email and look forward to our next webinar where we will answer your questions there. In the mean time, stay tuned as WattTime is continuously improving how we communicate with you.
Special thanks to eMotorWerks for helping us present and talk about the JuiceBox Green 40!
Smart[Grid] EVSE is industry’s first charging solution that automatically prioritizes clean energy sources to charge electric vehicles. Click "Read More" to see WattTime's very first press release!