Energeo are pleased to be geospatial partner to Smart Klub on their Smart Cities award winning ‘Community Action Platform for Energy’ – CAPE. CAPE is public facing web service that makes it easier for Local Authorities and their communities to engage in and undertake energy projects by providing:-

·         Free website access to citizens, community groups and businesses

·         Automatically calculated and individually tailored energy solutions and deals

·         Direct access for citizens and businesses to trusted, local installers

·         A platform for users to engage with likeminded people and share energy success stories

·         The ability to create communities to build larger energy projects with greater impact

CAPE brings together socio-economic information, energy efficiency data, and satellite based analysis on renewable energy and sustainability potential, to provide all end users – whether citizens or businesses – with all the information they require to make smarter energy decision. The information delivered through CAPE, on an individual property basis, includes:-

·         Current and potential EPC ratings

·         Property suitability for solar and financial yields

·         Building roof heat loss levels

·         Property suitability for Ground Source Heat Pump and financial yields

·         Property age, type and tenure

Whilst CAPE is a citizen facing website, the platform and information provided through it can be specifically tailored to any Local Authority’s own energy and community objectives. CAPE can be tuned to facilitate:-

·         Increased adoption of sustainable measures by homes and businesses

·         Reduction in fuel poverty through citizen engagement and building of educated and resilient communities

·         Creation of local jobs by connecting Oxfordshire based installers directly with customers

·         Establishment of a self-financing model, reducing strain on Authority resources

·         Building of cohesive communities, uniting people from different backgrounds via a shared energy based objective