Assises de l’énergie – Bordeaux (France) – from 27 to 29 January

The “Assises de l’énergie” is an event that brings together all the actors in the fields of energy. As part of the City-zen project, GEG and Atos Worldgrid will present during a forum an experimental approach to intelligent and collaborative management of energy data, VivaCité.

The open data and services associated to energy data become increasingly popular to support the energy transition of cities. Therefore, under the Ecocité/City-zen project, GEG and its industrial partner Atos Worldgrid develop an experimental approach to intelligent and collaborative management of energy data with the cooperation of public operators in Grenoble : the Metro, municipality of Grenoble, Water of Grenoble and the heating company of Grenoble.

After a presentation of the approach and a presentation of the first developments of the online tool , participants will exchange around 3 areas:

  • The data for urban planning networks : How energy data allow communities to plan better the development of networks in connection with the urban changes while strengthening the coordination of system operators ( DSOs ) ?
  • The data to monitor and evaluate its energy and climate policies : What tools need the community to monitor the impact of its energy policies ?
  • The data to the users / citizens : How to involve the citizens in collective efforts to control energy demand ?

With the intervention of Nicolas FLECHON from GEG.

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