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Green DC startup now "spying" on 500 buildings--and getting paid to do it

Since 2013, local company Aquicore has been helping building owners put their energy usage information online--and helping them save big while going green.

DC students will race battery-powered cars at RFK this weekend, and you can watch

Check out 23 electric vehicles built by DC students Saturday.

1776 releases podcast to answer questions about acquisitions

When it announced it had acquired Disruption Corp in Arlington, VA, and Hattery in San Francisco, 1776 cofounders Evan Burfield and Donna Harris and now managing director Paul Singh faced lots of questions from the #DCtech community. They just released a podcast to explain more on their plans.

Wash Cycle Laundry doubles DC staff, hiring 5

Wash Cycle Laundry, a dry cleaning and laundry service that hires locals who need help getting back into the workforce, recently landed a contract with GWU, necessitating the increase in staff.

Halcyon Incubator welcomes second cohort of social entrepreneurs

The Halcyon Incubator, an initiative of the S&R Foundation located in Georgetown, will welcome its second class of social entrepreneurs in January. Meet the companies working to improve living conditions across the globe.

DC doles out grants to parking, e-bike, wine subscription startups

The District announced the eight startups that will receive up to $200,000 from its Digital D.C. Tech Fund: Aquicore, Azert, EventKloud,FlexSpot, Riide,Silica Labs,Vinolovers and MyMuzik.

New incubator for social entrepreneurs announces first class of fellows

Halcyon Incubator, an initiative of the S&R Foundation, has announced its first class of fellows. The seven companies for #socialgood will move into Halcyon House in Georgetown in the fall.

Solar Solution wins contract for District of Columbia's Ward 3

The D.C.-based solar energy company is hiring yet again.

Who's hiring in DC: Social Driver, Instacart, Blue Tiger Labs

Starting this week, Elevation DC is reporting on the latest hiring news from growing D.C. companies. Want a job in #dctech? Check out open positions for engineers, project managers, social media pros, sales and more.

Details for 1776's Challenge Festival released

Badges for the Challenge Festival, a week-long series of events surrounding the Global Challenge Cup Finals, have been released. Here's an overview of what to expect during D.C.'s week in the spotlight.

Energy monitor startup Aquicore is hiring, will expand to West Coast and internationally

Aquicore, a startup in the commercial and municipal building energy management sphere, had a hell of a 2013. Founder Logan Soya looks forward and westward in 2014.

Ethical Electric, alternative energy supplier, looks for CMO, negotiates series A

Ethical Electric, a B-corp certified startup representing clean energy choices, is looking for a chief marketing officer.

Silver Spring company launches solar storage system

The company expects to add another 9 employees next year and reach $100 million in revenue by 2017.

Standard Solar dedicates system at MD real estate office

Standard Solar developed, installed and will service the first commercial solar micro-grid system in Maryland.

DC #ChallengeCup winners announced after tough pitchfest

After nearly four hours of anxious pitches, the D.C. regional Challenge Cup winners have been crowned.
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