The Smart City Energy Platform supports cities to develop new strategies and opportunities for sustainable energy transitions. Smart City Energy is based on the flexible framework iGUESS 2.0 developed by LIST. Smart City Energy enables cities to explore potentials for renewable energy, energy savings, green roofs, and identifies risks regarding urban heat islands and energy poverty. Smart City Energy allows to develop and test measures for Sustainable Energy Action Plans to assess CO2 emissions over time and identify opportunities for energy exchange within a city.
We have am interdisciplinary team of computer engineers, Geocomputation experts and Energy experts.
Francesco Bongiovanni (Distributed Computing Framework, Open Software stack)
Christian Braun (GIS expert, Geospatial modelling, OGC web services)
Maël Cornil (Web Development)
Ulrich Leopold (GIS expert, Geostatistical modelling, Management)
Alessio Mastrucci (Energy and LCA modelling of buildings)
Philippe Pinheiro (Backend development, databases)
Mickaël Stefas (Web Client Development)