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EnergyREV, BEIS, and ESC Stakeholder Workshop “Catalogue of Projects on Energy Data – CoPED“
Thursday 14th October @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
We are delighted the EnergyREV, BEIS and ESC “Catalogue of Projects on Energy Data – CoPED“ project has received further funding to continue developing the online portal. The involvement of energy stakeholders (through the two events in January and March 2021) from the early stages of the development of the portal through to the delivery of the early-stage prototype this July has been invaluable in the development of CoPED.
As part of the next development stage of CoPED, we are hosting a further online stakeholders workshop with policymakers, industry representatives, academics and energy service operators on the 14th of October, 15:00-16:30. This workshop will allow us to update you on the progress of the platform’s development and showcase key features. There will also be opportunities to share your thoughts about the platform features to improve our understanding of your requirements and aspirations. This workshop aims to be the first step in building a community around CoPED, identifying what can bring value to its members and help develop a community owned product.
We look forward to seeing you at this workshop.
The CoPED team
The Catalogue of Projects on Energy Data (CoPED) aims to unify various information stores and existing portals for energy projects metadata under a single extendible umbrella that will significantly aid UK energy stakeholders by providing insights into the existing projects landscape. As a platform, CoPED goes beyond a database, as it seeks to connect individuals and institutions in the energy sector to showcase projects, facilitate collaboration and offer a forum to engage. Energy stakeholders will be able to add, update, and share energy projects and interests to the CoPED data portal. Whilst a wide range of visual aids, query tools and metrics enable users to synthesize information across the energy projects landscape at a given time.
Further information about the early stages can be found below: