The added value of HOLISTIC Energy Management Solution is the “data-driven” Intelligent Management System that encounters the inherent barriers of the analytical, simulation based tools, which are building / sector specific, enabling thus the “plug in” of different infrastructures that generate streams of data, their modelling and further processing, through inference rules, to produce short-term actions.
Buildings have been identified as a major contributor to global energy usage, driving much discussion on how to be decarbonized towards zero-energy consumption fostering emerging efforts in several domains. Moreover, the increasing growth of building Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) and smart building systems, is continuously expanding.
HOLISTIC has been admitted to the National Startup Registry for its innovative “Data-Driven” Energy Management Solution for local authorities, energy service companies, energy suppliers, facility managers, as well as building occupants!
In the transformation of the energy system, citizens are becoming increasingly important as engaged, involved and shaping participants. This role of participatory energy consumers is reflected in the term "energy citizen". ENCLUDE supports the EU on the way to a just and solidarity-based decarbonisation path. The EU project aims to share new knowledge and motivate the broadest possible population to contribute to the energy transition.
We would like to invite you to the 1st MATRYCS workshop that is organised online. An interactive session to introduce big data potential for smart energy-aware buildings.
The overall vision of the Energy Citizens for Inclusive Decarbonization (ENCLUDE) is to help the EU to fulfill its promise of a just and inclusive decarbonization pathway through sharing and co-creating new knowledge and practices that maximize the number and diversity of citizens who are willing and able to contribute to the energy transition.
Motivated by achieving an equitable and sustainable future and the fulfillment of individual potential, ENCLUDE will contribute to the upcoming transformation of energy use by:
One of the key features of the Paris Climate Agreement is the five-yearly Global Stocktake (GST). The purpose of the GST is to review the implementation of the Paris Agreement in order to assess the collective progress towards achieving the purpose of the Agreement and its long-term goals. The outcome of the GST shall inform Parties in updating and enhancing their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).
Currently submitted Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) fall far short of what would be required to keep the rise in the global mean temperature since the start of industrialization well below 2°C, let alone 1.5°C, as agreed upon in the Paris Agreement (PA).