A spatial approach to the energy generating potential of real estate

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  • Voorstellen; in één zin. Wat is je achtergrond, wat is je functie?
  • The Dutch Kadaster collects and registers administrative and spatial data on property and the rights involved, including real estate. We are also responsible for national mapping and maintenance of the national reference coordinate system. Furthermore, we are an advisory body for land-use issues and national spatial data infrastructures.
  • Aangeven dat Kadaster Ruimte en Advies practices as EnergieRijk Den Haag oppakt, juist om te helpen bij het monitisen van geo-informatie gebruik Cadastre also provides customised work and advice, predominantly to government and authorities. This refers to data selections and aggregations. Authorities obtain customised information which helps them develop spatial planning policies.  We are for example asked by the State government to support their initiative to monitise real estate regarding energy management with geo data.
  • 1) The ministry of the Interior has asked us the following: mapping of the State and City buildings and energy charcteristics in downtown The Hague to support their initiative to reduce and stabilise energy costs. 2) Their initiative has several stages, Kadaster is involved in the first two stages. The activities have not been finished yet, we are in the middle of collecting data. 3) This method is developed for the use case of The Hague and can also be applied to other grounds, for example the socalled concentration locations for buildings of the State government. The Hague is one of them.
  • We will show a short video of the use case: The area of downtown The Hague, the need of the program manager of the Ministry of the Interior and the work of the Cadastre Data scientist.
  • Starting point of the data analysisi
  • A spatial approach to the energy generating potential of real estate

    1. 1. A spatial approach to the energygenerating potential of real estateMartinus Vranken, MSc.Project managerthe Netherlands’ CadastrePhysical GeographerJene van der Heide, MSc.Project managerthe Netherlands’ CadastreSpatial Planner
    2. 2. 2Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping AgencyCables and pipelinesCables and pipelines
    3. 3. 3Customised work and adviceCadastre also provides customised work and advice,predominantly to authorities. This refers to data selections andaggregations. Authorities obtain customised information whichhelps them develop spatial planning policies.InfrastructureRural areaUrban area
    4. 4. 4Use case in progress Setting up GIS environment Data collection and processing Defining business case Open tender on market Transition to new energy supply Reduced and stabilised energy costsAssignment: mapping the State and City buildings and energycharacteristics in downtown The Hague to support their initiative toreduce and stabilise energy costs.
    5. 5. 5Video presentation of the area
    6. 6. 6Cadastre key registers and national facilitiesCadastral key register: BRKPublic Services onthe Map: PDOKCable and Pipeline Centre: KLICPublic Resitrictions: WKPBSpatial Plans: RO-onlineEnergy label:EnergielabelsTopographic key register: BRT and BGTAddresses and Buildingskey register: BAGWOZ value:Used for taxNation wide - Reliable – Interoperable – Accessible - ...
    7. 7. 7Involved parties and their data Cadastre– Topography– Ownership and building information– Energy labels– Underground grids electricity, gas and heat– Monuments Ministry of the Interior and City of The Hague– Energy consumption– Employees– Surfaces suitable for solar panels– 3D model Province of South Holland– Heat pump facilities– Solar probability map– Wind probability map Ministry of Economic Affairs– Geothermal facilities– Permits for geothermal concessions
    8. 8. 8Why Arcgis Online?1. Sharing data2. Co-operation3. Visualisation4. Story tellingCadastre is moderator of the platformCadastre provides data and creates information
    9. 9. 9Results up to nowArcGIS Online Group CadastreStudy area downtown The HagueState and municipality owned real estateReal estate with monument statusBuildings and topographyBuilding characteristics and energy labelsHeat grid
    10. 10. 10Next steps Setting up GIS environment Data collection and processing Defining business case Open tender on market Transition to new energy supply Reduced and stabilised energy costs
    11. 11. 11Energy generating real estate: future looksSource:greendiary.comWater Tower -Bussem - TheNetherlandsSource: greendiary.comSource: greendiary.comSky Studio’s – West London –Great BritainOffice building – Dezhou –Shangdong ProvinceSource:greendiary.comSource:greendiary.comEneco HeadQuarters –Rotterdam – TheNetherlandsThe Hague 2040?Source: Jan Rotmans
    12. 12. 12Lessons learned and issues Visualisation through a geo information platform isvital to facilitate the business case;– Insight into the energy and heat exchangepossibilities between buildings– Exploring the possibilities of solar, wind andgeothermal energy A government initiated geo information platform canbe a starting point for market parties to build and relyon.
    13. 13. 13Questions Smart City = Rich City? Similar or comparable projects abroad? What cities or countries are front runners and why?
    14. 14. 14Thanks for your attention

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