A diverse list of succesful application cases have implemented with the EECITIES energy services platform to improve the current energy performance of existing urban areas as well as to evaluate green field scenarios. The energy services offered by EECITES together with the technologies for assessesing the energy performance has helped urban planners, politicians, and energy consultants to make informed decisions taking into account the environmental impact of their decisions.
Local Authorities and policy makers need to decide which actions will achieve the greatest level of carbon reduction in our towns and cities. EECITIES can assist Local Authorities to assess which refurbishment options result in the most beneficial outcome when measured against a set of specified objectives.
Large property owners like public authorities managing multiple buildings have a limited yearly budget to spend on refurbishment actions. They need to make more informed decisions to select the interventions which yield the most beneficial outcomes in relation to energy efficiency. EECITIES services provide the necessary set of tools to assess the best investment decisions.
Local authorities need to assess the current baseline energy performance of dwellings in a neighborhood to advise users of the various improvements they could make to reduce heat loss from domestic dwellings (domestic) fabric.
Evaluating proposals to improve the energy efficiency rating of residential dwellings in a specified area
Various projects are considered to raise the energy performance of domestic dwellings in a specified neighborhood. The projects are compared against each other in order to assist the decision making process to understand which option is the best solution. The user will compare the merits of each option against SAP rating improvement, Energy Consumption (kWh) and fuel poverty reduction.
Local authorities and private developers need to choose the most cost-effective and climate friendly energy supply solution for a new urban area.
Analyzing and evaluating the impacts of different energy standards applied to the planning of a new urban area, in terms of costs and carbon emissions.