Observatory! North Sweden Energiluppen, SE

Data4Action
In strong collaboration with regional and local stakeholders and research institutions, the following tasks were defined for a regional GHG observatory for the two northernmost counties in Sweden (Norrbotten and Västerbotten):
  • Provide energy and GHG data on local and regional level;
  • Can be used for follow-up on local and regional energy and climate policies and measures;
  • Is a support for local stakeholders in defining climate and energy strategies and measures;
  • Is embedded and supported in the region, and becomes an important contribution to a successful regional development.
This resulted in the so-called “Energy Loupe”, which is an online energy observatory for the counties Norrbotten and Västerbotten with their 29 municipalities, providing local and regional authorities as well as energy experts with reliable local and regional energy data. It covers final energy use and direct CO² emissions for all relevant sectors and is available for free on the website of the regional energy agency Energikontor Norr (former Nenet).
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LATVIJA – Vietējo enerģijas datu apkopošanu siltumnīcefekta gāzu emisiju aprēķināšanai

22 September 2015 . Webinar recording PowerPoint file . Speakers: Marika Rošā & Jānis Ikaunieks – Ekodoma Aiga Barisa – Riga Technical University Mārtiņš Tīdens – City of Liepāja   .

ENERGee Watch now has a Youtube channel – check it out!

. DATA4ACTION is the new IEE co-funded European project which aims to foster collaboration models between public authorities and energy data providers. DATA4ACTION will closely be linked to ENERGee Watch, and videos presenting the projet (rationale, workprogramme, aims, partners,…) are now on the ENERGee Watch Youtube channel. Do check it out, to watch a video […]

Transport

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Observatory – Technical Chamber of Greece Energy Observatory

Municipalities have limited or no access to energy consumption data of public buildings, public lighting, transport, the residential and tertiary sector, as well as energy produced from renewable energy sources. Data from these sectors are essential, especially in energy planning.