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Energy Generation and Distribution\ Energy Efficiency Platform for Industrial Processes with around  158.000 members launched in 2011 Michael Hartl, IAT, AT

US that might be interesting for the people gathering energy efficiency plans from member states according to the Energy Efficiency Directive:


Michael Hartl, IAT, AT

Market Place of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities

JRC - Smart Specialisation Platform - Energy JRC


The International Energy Efficiency Scorecard


ACEEE Energypedia is a wiki-based platform for collaborative knowledge exchange on renewable energy and energy efficiency topics in developing countries Energypedia CDP's cities program provides a voluntary climate change reporting platform for city governments. CDP - carbon Disclosure Project  









 The home of the U.S. Government’s open data






Energy is managed and hosted by the U.S. General Services Administration, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies.

US City Open Data Census

A tool that aggregates many open data portal datasets


European Atlas of Universities in Energy Education

contains information about several hundred Master programmes offered at European universities Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) The Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) is a globally organised and regionally focused organisation whose mission is to provide policy expertise and technical assistance to advance building energy performance and realise sustainable built environments for all data hub for the energy performance of buildings BPIE’s open data hub, the first knowledge repository for statistics and policy information on Europe’s building stock


The IAC database is a great initiative, though a little difficult to use because of the great variety of measures conducted. In Europe, thousands of ISO50001 certificates were issued last year alone, mainly in Germany but also in Italy, France, ... (see ISO survey). For each of these certificates, an audit has been performed. Collecting the data from these audits into a central database for benchmarking would be a great tool to promote energy management and energy efficiency.
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