Lighthouse City Helsinki launches Energy and Climate Atlas

Lighthouse City Helsinki cordially invites you to the launch of its Energy and Climate Atlas and the city 3D model in Helsinki City Hall on 14th February 2018.

The City of Helsinki is rapidly developing open data services such as the city 3D model. It is a strong visual tool and easy to navigate. Integrated open energy data is a source of valuable information for interested stakeholders to engage in energy efficiency measures in order to reduce CO2 emissions and create savings and new markets.

The Energy and Climate Atlas illustrates and shows real and calculated building data on energy and water consumption, performance classification and energy sources for heating among several other features.



Welcome, Mikko Aho, Executive Director, Urban Environment, City of Helsinki
15:10 Keynote, The Role of Buildings in the Clean Energy System, Karoliina Auvinen, Energy & Climate Expert, Aalto University
15:25 mySMARTLife Overview, Rubén Garcia, Project Coordinator, CARTIF & Work on Open Energy Data, Petteri Huuska, Environmental Planning Officer, City of Helsinki
15:35 Helsinki City 3D Model, Jarmo Suomisto, Project Manager & Energy and Climate Atlas, Enni Airaksinen, Consultant, City of Helsinki ICT Development
15.45 Coffee and sandwiches. Energy and Climate Atlas demos in the atrium

The service compiles vast information provided by Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY, Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT and the City of Helsinki.

Time: Wed 14th February, 15:00
Venue: Helsinki City Hall, Empire Hall, Aleksanterinkatu 20

Registration by 5th of February under: