The integrated platform is the front-end for users with different profiles to interact with the semantic data using tools that are associated to a model of an urban energy system.The platform enables users to define urban energy systems models for a given urban area. An urban energy model is thought of as the assembly of semantically modelled data, tools and users within a particular urban area. Urban energy models are characterized by the tools which can be applied to the urban area object of study, the input data that the tools need and the output data they generate as well as by the users profiles which use the tools within a particular decision making realm. The application of this platform is carried out through the EECITIIES energy service provider

Urban Energy Systems
  • Manresa, Spain

    Focusing on the city of Manresa where major urban redevelopments are on-going. Manresa is the capital of the region of Bages, located in the geographic centre of Catalonia, with a population of 76,558.

    The Urban Energy Model Default Urban Energy Model Manresa contains 2414 buildings with a total surface built of 2060652 m2 calculated with USiT tool. The carbon emissions generated by those buildings is XXX kgCO2/m2 per year. Within this Urban Energy Model 11 plans and 21 projects have been developed.

  • Newcastle, United Kingdom

    Focusing on the Riverside Dean in the West End of Newcastle, which is one of the most deprived areas in the North East of England. Riverside Dene has been identified as a key area for investment in Newcastle City Council regeneration strategy.

    The Urban Energy Model Default Urban Energy Model Newcastle contains 35 buildings with a total surface built of 5578 m2 calculated with SAP tool. The carbon emissions generated by those buildings is XXX kgCO2/m2 per year. Within this Urban Energy Model 2 plans and 3 projects have been developed.

  • Copenhagen, Denmark

    Focusing on the North Harbour development project is the largest Northern European development plan in recent years. When fully developed, the area will accommodate 40,000 residents and 40,000 work places.

    The Urban Energy Model North Harbour contains 351 buildings with a total surface built of 777041 m2 calculated with Ramboll tool. The carbon emissions generated by those buildings is XXX kgCO2/m2 per year. Within this Urban Energy Model 13 plans and 22 projects have been developed.

  • Torino, Italy

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    The Urban Energy Model New UEM Torino contains 0 buildings with a total surface built of m2 calculated with USiT tool. The carbon emissions generated by those buildings is XXX kgCO2/m2 per year. Within this Urban Energy Model 1 plans and 0 projects have been developed.