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reegle.info now availiable as mobile application

Why this may be news for some of our readers, we have actually had a fully working mobile version of reegle.info for the last couple of weeks. Considering that a large share of our users come from developing countries, and access reegle.info by their phones, this seemed like a natural step for us. Making this […]

Thoughts on Linked Open Data following REEEP/NREL Washington D.C. LOD workshop

My favourite thing about being REEEP’s Community Facilitator is the people I get to meet – intelligent, concerned people working across a diverse range of issues, in all types of organisation from small NGOs to enormous International Organisations and governments. The kind of committed people who give up their Federal holiday to attend a workshop […]

Open Energy Data – reegle at Open Knowledge Festival

Next week an interesting event takes pace in Helsinki, Finland: The Open Knowledge Festival. OKFestival will have strong focus on sustainability and the connection between Open Data and clean energy development. The several streams that will be on-going from September 17th to 21st include: Transparency and Accountability Open Cities Open Development Open Geodata Open Journalism, […]

Sharing information between clean energy knowledge brokers

Sharing information on clean energy between existing knowledge brokers is crucial to avoid replication and facilitate information dissemination to a broad audience. Our clean energy info portal reegle is, as you probably know, on the forefront of the Linked Open Data movement and we are always very keen to establish new partnerships with other energy […]

Successful reegle.info and openEI.org collaboration

 NREL and REEEP have been successfully  cooperating using Linked Open Data (LOD) principles and technologies  for several months now. Their online information platforms reegle.info and openEI.org use each other’s data and information to enrich both websites – for the benefit of their users. Martin Kaltenböck from LOD2 has interviewed Jon Weers (NREL) and Florian Bauer […]

Linked Open Data (LOD) is a growing trend amongst governments and civil society organisations who understand that the internet now makes the entire storehouse of human knowledge available to anyone, anywhere, through access via computer or mobile device.  To reflect this new reality, many organisations are taking their existing data sets – many of which […]

 

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