InnoCentive and DTEK Partner to Bring New Energy Solutions and Technology Through Open Innovation

Posted by InnoCentive on May 14, 2019 4:55:00 AM

London, May 14th, 2019 Emanuele Volpe, Chief Innovation Officer at DTEK, a strategic holding company and Ukraine’s largest energy holding, and Alph Bingham, President and Chairman of InnoCentive, the open innovation and crowdsourcing company, announced the signing of a new agreement that will leverage global crowdsourcing networks to create new and innovative solutions in support of DTEK’s energy and sustainability initiatives.

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InnoCentive Helps Bureau of Reclamation Find Solutions to Another Key Issue

Posted by InnoCentive on Apr 18, 2019 2:48:16 PM

InnoCentive and the Bureau of Reclamation (US Department of the Interior) recently announced the results of a Challenge, Sub-Seasonal Climate Forecast Rodeo that was evaluated and awarded. Just as spring has arrived, we also have the results of another open innovation Challenge: Pathogen Monitoring Stage 1.   

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Topics: Challenges

Enel and InnoCentive are Seeking Clean and Affordable Energy Solutions Through SDG #7

Posted by InnoCentive on Apr 10, 2019 10:10:18 AM

According to the United Nations’ website, about 13 percent of the global population still lacks access to modern electricity, and there are still three billion people worldwide who lack access to clean-cooking solutions.

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Topics: Enel

Empowering Employees to Think More Creatively and Act as Innovators

Posted by Jon Fredrickson on Mar 21, 2019 6:14:00 PM

By Jon A. Fredrickson, VP, Chief Innovation Officer

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Predicting Future Temperatures and Precipitation Just Became Easier

Posted by InnoCentive on Mar 14, 2019 5:06:53 PM

Everyone can understand the effects of having inclement weather ruin their day. They also know the feeling of having a local TV station’s meteorologist steer them wrong on a weather prediction. This is because predicting weather patterns is an incredibly nuanced and tricky business. For farmers and water reclamation specialists, predicting precipitation is all the more important. That’s why the Bureau of Reclamation reached out to InnoCentive. They were looking for a better method of predicting temperatures and precipitation rates in both short and long-term forecasts.  

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