REDAP is a transnational energy system digitalisation project which will provide data insights to decision-makers on the characteristics of regional energy demand (building and transport sectors).

Project Insights

  • €209,695

    Total Project Costs
  • 2 yr

    Project Duration
  • 2019

    Year Funded

Project Description

Efforts to modernise energy systems are often delayed by a lack of information on regional energy demand. This includes district heating, building refurbishment and upgrade, and transport electrification projects which require consistent, accurate and timely data on the characteristics (i.e. size, type, distribution) of related demand. During this research project, multidisciplinary partners from three countries will develop and standardise a digital monitoring and reporting system which can be used across distinct regions and aligned with existing decision-making processes.To do so, the project partners will work with a network of front-line energy planning experts ('Need-Owners') who will utilise REDAP to make decisions which will affect the lives of millions of citizens. This includes Codema, Dublin's energy agency (Ireland), the City of Gothenburg Council (Sweden), and the Energy Agency of the Regions (Austria).

Project Details

Total Project Cost: €209,695

Funding Agency: European Commission;SEAI

Year Funded: 2019

Lead Organisation: Spatial Outlook Ltd.

Partner Organisation(s): Codema; National University of Ireland Galway

Collaborators: Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT); Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg)

Niall Conway

Lead Researcher

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