Partners

The REDAP partner introduction

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Austrian Institute of Technology

Dept of Energy, Dept Mobility (Mobility lead)

The Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) is a leading research institution in the areas of Energy, Mobility, Health & Environment. AIT develops innovative solutions around sustainable future energy based on longstanding experience, scientific excellence and international cooperation in the key areas e smart grids, photovoltaics, thermal energy systems, smart cities and smart buildings. The AIT Energy and Mobility Centres will ensure that REDAP is easily improved (re. transport & building energy demand analysis), and adapted to the Need-Owner’s requirements.

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Codema

Need-Owner & Partner

Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency, is the developer of the original Spatial Energy Demand Analysis (SEDA) process, the State of the Art process upon which the REDAP will be developed. As both Need-Owner and project partner, the non-profit will bring a wealth of experience and domain expertise to the project, particularly in terms of how the system currently informs energy planning, investment and incentivisation decisions by local authorities.

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Spatial Outlook Ltd.

Project Manager, Dissemination Lead.

Spatial Outlook is an Irish startup focused on provider regional energy energy demand insights to municipalities. The company is experienced in fields such as urban and energy planning. As the project owner, the company will manage and coordinate the various workpackages, as well as liaise with relevant stakeholders.

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NUI Galway

Technical (Frontend & Backend) Lead

The National University of Ireland Galway will be represented on the REDAP project by the research performing organisation, the Irish Centre for High-End Computing. ICHEC has considerable collaborative research experience (incl. H2020, Intel, and various upstream energy projects) in high-performance computing, software development, data analytics and GIS for Earth Observation purposes. ICHEC will provide significant technical experience and capacity to this international research project.

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Chalmers University of Technology

Building Stock Lead

Chalmers University of Technology is experienced in the field of energy data visualisation & analysis for the purpose of achieving sustainable and smart building energy systems - incl. how Gothenburg Building Stock Energy Modelling can build into the REDAP process. The team research and publish extensively on topics of sustainable architecture, building tech and urban energy analysis. Their research currently informs local planning strategy.

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