[open-sustainability] Key datasets around energy efficiency
reusser at pik-potsdam.de
Thu Jan 15 10:20:13 UTC 2015
Am 14.01.2015 um 13:04 schrieb Pierre Chrzanowski:
> Dear sustainability list,
> I am preparing a mission to Nairobi where I will explore open data in
> the energy area. Part of the mission will be to work on an ODRA-based
> methodology  for the energy sector. We also hope to be able to feed
> the coming negawatt challenge with some new data .
> I was therefore looking for any previous work / thread related to
> identification / caracterisation of key datasets for energy system
> efficiency at national / urban level - in the style of key datasets
> defined for Open Data Index or Open Data Barometer.
> Any response would be greatly appreciated
not sure whether this fits to your request and most likely you are aware
is a protal to clean energy information.
>  http://data.worldbank.org/about/open-government-data-toolkit/readiness-assessment-tool
>  negawatt.launchrock.com <http://negawatt.launchrock.com>
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Dr. Dominik Reusser
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