The Energy Data Experts Network (Energy DEN) is a community of practice for people who use data to analyze, understand, and improve energy systems. We exist to help members connect, learn, and share knowledge that supports a sustainable energy future.
If you want to become an “Energy DENizen” and be part of this community, please sign up to for the mailing list and join the Slack chat space. Note that signing up for either one will automatically make you a member of the other one. For more information about these resources and how to use them, see the Energy DEN wiki.
- Short online presentations of recent work by members, followed by group discussion.
- Collaborating around the development and use of open-source software.
- Finding and sharing public data sets that can be used for research or to enrich other analysis.
- Developing a support forum for asking and answering questions about best practices and common pitfalls.
- Sponsoring competitions or hack-a-thons to crack tough problems and build community.
- Meeting up in person at existing national conferences where members are already attending.