City of Helsinki is adding Energy and Climate Atlas to its 3D City Model.
The Energy and Climate Atlas illustrates and shows in numbers real and calculated building data on energy and water consumption, performance classification and energy sources for heating, among several other features.
Integrated open energy data is a source of information to engage stakeholders in energy efficiency measures to reduce CO2 emissions and to create savings. The data has been provided by Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY, Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT and the City of Helsinki. The Atlas is part of the EU-funded mySMARTLife project
Figure: City of Helsinki
The Energy and Climate Atlas is launched on February 14th, 2018; read more about the launch event