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We chat to Jon Gibbins about making sustainability more accessible to Disabled people

Ahead of our hybrid meetup with As It Should Be, we spoke to Managing Director Jon Gibbins about how to make climate action inclusive to disabled people and sustainability more accessible. As It Should Be help digital teams design and build accessible and sustainable products… Read More »We chat to Jon Gibbins about making sustainability more accessible to Disabled people

We talk to Kaluza about their ‘Mission Transition’ and sustainable software engineering

Ahead of our hybrid meetup with Kaluza, we spoke to Head of Engineering Jaime Thompson about their products and how to practice sustainable software engineering. Kaluza is the leading intelligent energy platform powering the future of energy. From revolutionising billing to smart electric vehicle charging,… Read More »We talk to Kaluza about their ‘Mission Transition’ and sustainable software engineering

Small Power isn't small any more. Dan Williams and Josh Eadie from Measurable Energy for their Green Tech South West Talk: using Machine Learning to eliminate waste from buildings

Using machine learning to eliminate wasted energy from buildings

Event overview Green Tech South West welcomes Dan Williams and Josh Eadie, both Co-Founders of measurable.energy, to tell us about their mission to create energy efficient workplaces that inspire people to positively impact energy consumption and environmental sustainability. To do this, they’ve built and developed… Read More »Using machine learning to eliminate wasted energy from buildings

Panel discussion: How can tech workers take action on climate change in 2022?

Event overview Green Tech South West brings together some wonderful people from organisations in the digital tech community, all working to surface and implement meaningful change to the tech industry’s impact on climate change. Join us for an insightful and carefully curated panel discussion that… Read More »Panel discussion: How can tech workers take action on climate change in 2022?