Big polluters, meet big brother

Measuring Carbon Emissions From Space Will Help Bring Pollution Back Down To Earth

Google Backs Plan to Map Pollution Coming From Every Power Plant in the World

Google Supports WattTime Power Plant Emissions Tracking Project

Polluting Power Plants Can’t Escape the Eyes in the Sky

We’ll soon know the exact air pollution from every power plant in the world. That’s huge.

Satellite data plus artificial intelligence equals no place to hide. WattTime, backed by a grant from Google.org, is leading a first-of-its-kind project.

These 20 social enterprises and nonprofits just won Google’s AI Impact Challenge

With a grant won through the Google AI Impact Challenge, WattTime will use satellite images and image processing algorithms to monitor emissions from power plants around the world.

WattTime Will Measure World’s Power Plant Emissions from Space with Support from Google.org

The tech nonprofit will lead a collaboration to track and publicly share pollution levels from power plants around the world using satellite imaging and artificial intelligence (AI)

WattTime Chosen as Google AI Impact Grantee

The tech nonprofit will apply AI technology to monitor emissions from the world’s power plants via satellite and will use the data to support global carbon reduction goals

Amidst Climate Change Concerns, We Can’t Afford to Forget About Mercury Emissions: Just Ask the Great Lakes

WattTime Partners with Great Lakes Protection Fund to Drive Mercury Emissions Reduction