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H2020 RESPONSE Hackathon in Turku (Finland)

Energy is now part of everyone’s daily life, but it is not tangible. Still, it has an impact on our wallets and our environment. To be able to drive the change and participate in the green transition, citizens should gain an understanding of energy and climate change so that they
a) can and want to make a difference
b) know what they can do and
c) know how their actions have an impact.

Any new action should be integrated into the natural way of doing things, effortlessly and easily in everyday life.

To do this, a tool is needed to measure, demonstrate, explain, remind and communicate the impact of different actions.

  • energy research
  • -
  • Turku, Finland
  • External event

Practical information

Turku University of Applied Sciences, 20520 Turku, Finland