OVERVIEW OF STEPS to Create Your Observatory

Energee-Watch

1. Observatories’ Governance Structure

  • Description of typical Steering Committee, Technical Committee
  • Typical existing agreements
  • Estimates of staff number/skills needed (in-house/external consultants) and budget required
  • Key funding sources

 

2. Observatories’ Legal Structure

  • Integrated within existing structure or separate one

 

3. Partnership Management with Energy Data Providers

  • List of types of Energy Data Providers
  • List of Key Messages to solicit Energy Data Providers
  • Template Memorandum of Understanding to sign with Energy Data Providers

 

4. Data Management and Processing

  • Real/estimated data, modelization, collection tools,…

 

5. Data Communication to Local Authorities

  • List of targeted data services (public buildings energy data consumption, BEI data for local/regional SEAP, energy data for SEAP monitoring)
  • Online tools, reports…

 


Dynamic introductory presentation by Data4Action

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Thermal renewable energy sources

  Quick-links to Observatories’ methodologies: OREGES (Rhône-Alpes region)

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