Earlier this week the Icebreaker One team previewed how the Open Energy service will transform the way data is shared within the energy industry, helping businesses to accelerate towards a net-zero future.
We heard firsthand from Rosie McGlynn at PassivSystems – our first beta user of the service – about her own experience of using the product. You can watch a recording of the webinar here:
Want to hear more? Register to find out how to become an Open Energy member.
When: 19 April 2021 – 2pm-2.30pm BST
Where: Online, sign up via Eventbrite
- Gea Mikic, Programme Manager, Icebreaker One (Chair)
- Emily Judson, Research Associate – Open Energy, Icebreaker One
- Frank Wales, Product Innovation Lead, Icebreaker One
- Rosie McGlynn, Senior Programme Manager, PassivSystems, the first Beta user of Open Energy
Open Energy is a new live service that will enable energy stakeholders to seamlessly search for, share and access shared data in an easy, secure way.
The aim is to change the way energy data is shared with a solution developed by the sector for the sector.
This half-hour event will showcase what to expect from Open Energy, set out its potential value for users, and share an early preview of the platform. The team will answer questions from the audience, and share information on how to join this ambitious project and register your interest as a potential Beta user.
Open Energy won UK Government backing and funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).