WattTime.org

WattTime is a nonprofit with a software tech startup DNA, dedicated to giving everyone everywhere the power to choose clean energy. We invented Automated Emissions Reduction (AER), which allows utilities, IoT device and energy storage companies, and any end user to effortlessly reduce emissions from energy, when and where they happen. Our cutting-edge insights and algorithms, coupled with machine learning, can shift the timing of flexible electricity use to sync with times of cleaner energy and avoid times of dirtier energy. We sell solutions that make it easy for anyone to achieve emissions reductions without compromising cost and user experience. WattTime was founded by PhD researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, and in 2017 became a subsidiary of Rocky Mountain Institute. WattTime is a founding member of Climate TRACE , a global coalition working together to monitor nearly all human-caused GHG emissions worldwide independently and in real time.

Jan 12, 2022
Full time role
$110,000 - $120,000 yearly
WattTime.org Remote
WattTime is in the intermediate stages of a  Python based project  to monitor and estimate emissions from all large power plants world wide using satellite imagery in an effort to combat climate change.  As you might guess, this is an ambitious task which requires a robust data backend to manage the locations of power plants, their characteristics, known power generation, and maintain massive stores of satellite imagery.    We’re looking for a candidate to join our data team who can think critically about building new data architectures, write robust, well ordered Python3 code to retrieve and coordinate data from our data stores, download satellite imagery from new sources, and automate data pipelines in our current Kubernetes infrastructure.  Our data backend is currently in great shape,  but is continuously growing and in need of someone to architect how new pieces fit together and lead the charge on gathering data from...
Dec 07, 2021
Full time role
$120,000 - $140,000 yearly
WattTime.org Remote
This is a unique opportunity to work within a tech start-up that’s also a nonprofit in the energy sector. WattTime developed the groundbreaking technology known as  Automated Emissions Reduction (AER) . AER drives revenue by enabling businesses across the world to voluntarily slash emissions. Our growth and support makes reaching our vision of “AER for everyone everywhere” very much possible in the next five years. That’s pretty exciting. And it’s a lot of hard work too. As you may have recently read, AER is getting super-charged with our work as a founding member of  Climate TRACE , a coalition of nonprofits, tech companies, and former U.S. Vice President  Al Gore  tracking all human-caused GHG emissions using AI and remote sensing. This work enables us to measure real-time emissions from all power plants globally using satellite imagery. And the impact potential is huge - and something you'll help drive forward.  ...
Dec 01, 2021
Full time role
$120,000 - $135,000 yearly
WattTime.org Remote
WattTime is working on an ambitious project to estimate emissions from power plants around the world using satellite imagery and we want your help getting us there. This role is a unique opportunity to impact significant emissions reduction efforts across industries globally and with the speed only cutting edge technology and collaboration makes possible. We have a strong base: We work on this project in partnership with TransitionZero, a collaborative effort we began in 2019 thru a Google AI Impact Challenge Award.  The work is revolutionary: This project inspired and supports the Climate TRACE coalition, a group of 11 organizations and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore which recently released the world’s first  electricity emissions inventory . This is  work  with radical transparency and increased granularity that everyone from world leaders to activists in every country can use to inform climate work. ...
Dec 01, 2021
Full time role
$120,000 - $135,000 yearly
WattTime.org Remote
WattTime is in the intermediate stages of a Python based project to monitor and estimate emissions from all large power plants world wide using satellite imagery in an effort to combat climate change.  As you might guess, this is an ambitious task which requires a robust data backend to manage the locations of power plants, their characteristics, known power generation, and maintain massive stores of satellite imagery.    We’re looking for a candidate to join and lead our data team who can think critically about building new data architectures, write robust, well ordered Python3 code to retrieve and coordinate data from our data stores, download satellite imagery from new sources, and automate data pipelines in our current Kubernetes infrastructure.  Our data backend is currently in great shape,  but is continuously growing and in need of someone to architect how new pieces fit together and lead the charge on gathering data from...