PTT Sponsors Smart Energy Hackathon Southeast Asia

Energy Press Releases Friday September 8, 2017 17:02
Bangkok--8 Sep--PTT
Accelerate the development of innovative energy software solutions, aiming to be the prototype of futuristic technology.

Mr. Wittawat Svasti-xuto, Senior Executive Vice President, Sustainability Management and Project Engineer, PTT Public Company Limited (PTT) revealed that PTT and GIZ (The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) cooperate on the first Smart Energy Hackathon Southeast Asia. This emphasizes PTT's strong determination to stimulate energy innovation as well as the search for new potential business ideas in response to the evolving technologies and consumer behavior.

Smart Energy Hackathon Southeast Asia will be held from 8 to 10 September 2017 at Chamchuri 10 Building, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok. As a main sponsor, PTT has created a challenge called "Going for Negawattes". The challenge aims to accelerate the creation of innovations or software solutions which can reduce energy consumption and increase the efficient use of energy for residential and industrial sectors. Startups, software developers, data scientists, and energy professionals from all around Southeast Asia are invited to collaborate and compete for effective innovations which provide smart solutions to tackle energy and environmental challenges.

"PTT assigns high importance to innovation development. Smart Energy Hackathon sponsorship is a great opportunity to foster knowledge-sharing communities that connect experts, companies, investors, and potential individuals in Southeast Asia. The objective is to stimulate the creation of new innovative energy solutions which could be extended in commercial terms, reinforcing long-term business and social growth. As a main Sponsor, PTT is proud to help strengthen public awareness of advance technology trends in energy industries, ensuring national energy security", Mr. Wittawat added.

Latest Press Release

Distributed Generation an Ongoing Threat to Utility Revenues and Hosting Capacity, Accenture Research Shows

Utilities face the greatest risk of lost revenues from distributed generation (DG), including residential solar photovoltaics and fuel cells, according to Accenture's (NYSE: ACN) Digitally Enabled Grid research, now in its fourth year. The survey of more...

QTC entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore an opportunity to invest in hydropower projects in Lao PDR

Mr. Poonphiphat Tantanasin the Chief Executive Officer of QTC Energy Public Company Limited or "QTC" disclosed that QTC has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Chaleun Sekong Group Company Limited ("CSG") a Lao company experienced in the...

NARADA Chief Scientist - Herbert Giess presented Lead Industry Award

On 20th September, the chief scientist of NARADA - Herbert Giess was presented the top award, International Lead Award, of Lead-acid battery industries at the 17th Asian Battery Conference in Malaysia. International Lead Award was selected by the...

Suntech Participated in 2017 Renewable Energy India Expo

Wuxi Suntech Power Co., Ltd. ("Suntech") announced today that it is participating as a main exhibitor at the 2017 Renewable Energy India Expo (REI 2017) held in New Delhi. REI started in 2007, providing business opportunities for professionals in the...

QTC completes acquisition of L Solar 1 Plant the record the revenue in Q4/2017

QTC Energy Public Company Limited (QTC) disclosed the completion of the acquisition of L Solar 1 Plant of which the revenue would be immediately received in Q4/2017. CEO, "Mr. Poonphiphat Tantanasin" said the Company was ready to expand to invest in...

Related Topics