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International WikiEnergy Data Conference – June 3-4, 2014

  Join the WikiEnergy member researchers on June 3-4, 2014 at The University of Texas at Austin for the International WikiEnergy Data Conference. Co-hosted by Carnegie Mellon University and Pecan Street Research Institute, the WikiEnergy Data Conference will take place […]

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Hidden Treasure: Two New Resources Offer Up Massive Amounts of Utility Data

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Where Chattanooga EPB is looking to drive entrepreneurial innovation with its GIGTANK project, Pecan Street Project is looking for not-for-profit researchers to tap its WikiEnergy data store. The platform is free, but is only open to faculty and students at “postsecondary educational institutions” such as U.S. universities and their international equivalents, or researchers at nonprofit research institutions.

Read More » Provides University and NGO Researchers Access to the World’s Largest Energy and Water Use Database


A consortium of university and NGO researchers announced today the launch of WikiEnergy, a suite of online research tools that includes the world’s largest research database of customer energy and water use. WikiEnergy ( is available for free to university and NGO researchers conducting scientific and public interest research and curriculum development.

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UT, Pecan Street Open New Technology Commercialization Lab


McCracken called Pike Powers, the lab’s namesake donor, ”the godfather of Texas’ technology economy.” Powers, LLB ’65, Life Member, is an attorney and businessman who McCracken said played a key role in encouraging tech companies like 3M and Samsung to set up shop in Austin.

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