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“I really appreciate the way we interact – like colleagues or friends even, at the same time always professional and critical.”
Peter Mathis, CEO Digikoo GmbH and BEW Netze
Energy Portal for Cities and Municipalities
Digikoo offers its municipal customers an energy portal based on GRIDS energyCity which can be flexibly extended over time. It allows municipalities to manage their energy data in a more efficient way. They can also plan and optimize their energy strategies with it. GRIDS aggregates data from various sources.
DigiKoo GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of innogy. Its goal is to provide digital services to municipalities and local utilities.
The energy transition sets several challenges for utilities – they are needed as partners for cities and municipalities which intend to develop sustainable energy strategies. In order to provide them with digital solutions, data from various sources like cities, grid operators or 3rd parties (e.g. 3D buildings) need to be integrated.
Digikoo was looking for a high-performance and secure analytics platform to handle data management, analytics and visualization all in one which would allow them to offer various services for smart cities in a flexible and modular way.
- October 2016 until April 2017
- Visualization of solar potential, identification of suitable roof surface, PV and storage system configuration, grid connection check
- Overview on energy efficiency in the building stock
- Overview on all renewable energy installations located in the municipality
- Transparent display of figures for population, households, businesses, average power consumption, CO2-emissions, and energy self-sufficiency
Customer loyalty tool and explication support for concession negotiations – DigiKoo can offer a modern communication platform to cities and municipalities. It shows all energy-relevant topics in a transparent manner:
- Transparency by data aggregation and visualization
- Process digitalization (e.g. grid connection check)
- Identification of energy efficiency potential (installation of PV systems, refurbishment potential, …)
- Development of new business models (e.g. distribution of solar modules)
- Development of an efficient municipal energy and climate protection strategy.