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Low Energy Voyage

The solution will support decision makers in prirotising energy refurbishment measures and choosing buildings that have the highest CO2 emissions reduction potential. The solution presents a key step in choosing and implementing the most CO2 efficient refurbishment measures.

About Polevoy project

The main purpose of the solution to be developed within the Polevoy project is to contribute to reduction of CO2 emissions by:

Enabling local authorities to identify energy refurbishment and building integrated RES projects providing the largest CO2 emissions reduction

Increasing stakeholders awareness of energy refurbishment measures and enabling them to prioritise measures according to CO2 emission reduction potential

Providing initial screening of energy and CO2 savings potential in all buildings at cities’ territory

improving energy and CO2 savings potential assessment

The solution will support decision makers in prioritising energy refurbishment measures and choosing buildings that have the highest CO2 emissions reduction potential. The solution presents a key step in choosing and implementing the most CO2 efficient refurbishment measures. The solution will present a clear priority list of publicly owned buildings to be renovated, total volume of CO2 emission savings potential to be achieved, along with information of the necessary investments and return of investments due to energy costs savings. The solution will also be used as a support in communication with stakeholders interested in local sustainable energy policies and rising their awareness level.

Partners

Partners on Polevoy project

Syntio

Syntio is a data engineering company whose purpose is to enable companies on their digital transformation journeys. They do this by sharing knowledge and delivering solutions that empower companies to understand and create value from data. Founded in 2017 in Zagreb, Croatia and with offices in the United States and Denmark they can offer their services in cloud data engineering globally.

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EIHP

Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar (EIHP) is an institution owned by the Republic of Croatia whose activities include conducting scientific research, providing professional support to public authorities and advisory services in the domestic and international market in the field of energy. Founded in 1994 in Zagreb, Croatia, the Institute is committed to fostering change in the energy sector by providing high quality services and support to our customers in the field of energy transition.

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Informel

Informel is a privately held Croatian company focusing on software development for public cloud environment and creation of websites and web applications. The company offers servicers on software development projects for IT companies and offers SaaS product for short rentals booking. All projects are managed according to the Agile principles. Software development is done by an experienced and well-established team in Microsoft technologies on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Informel is Microsoft Cloud Service Provider.

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AI4Cities

AI4Cities is a consortium built by a Buyers Group and an expert partner.

The Buyers Group are organisations representing six cities and regions that aim to become carbon neutral: Helsinki (Finland), Amsterdam (the Netherland), Paris Region (France), Copenhagen (Denmark), Tallinn (Estonia), and Stavanger (Norway). The lead procurer and coordinator is Forum Virium Helsinki. The Buyers Group members are: Forum Virium Helsinki, the City of Amsterdam, Cap Digital, the City of Copenhagen, the City of Tallinn, and the City of Stavanger. The expert partner is ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam aims to be climate neutral by 2050. To achieve that, the City will work to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 55% from 1990 levels in 2030 and by 95% by 2050.

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a global frontrunner in sustainable urban development, aiming to become the first carbon neutral capital in the world by 2025.

Helsinki

Helsinki aims to be a leading player in the transition to a low carbon economy. Its goal is to be carbon neutral by 2035, which means it has to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 80% from 1990 levels.

Paris Region

The Ile-de-France Region covers 2% of the French territory, accounts 12 millions of inhabitants representing 19% of the French total population and 30% of the national GDP.

Stavanger

Stavanger is the fourth largest city in Norway, with 140,000 inhabitants. Stavanger is the administrative, economic and cultural centre of Rogaland county.

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If you have any more questions about the POLEVOY project, please let us know.↓

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This is part of the AI4Cities project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No 871914.