Open Data Platform


Open data platform for research within the energy sector.


The “Open Data Platform” is a central interface within Green Energy Lab in which all results generated by Green Energy Lab flow together. Users thus have easy access to comprehensive, relevant data on the energy sector.

The aim of the project is to deepen insights into the interconnectedness of energy systems. In the future, users from households and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), in particular, will be able to benefit from such knowledge. End-user data provides insight into consumption-intensive applications, thus giving a better overview and contributing to a better understanding of energy costs. Also, the analysis of user consumption patterns and load flows forms the basis for developing prognosis models. This is an important step towards being able to respond even more closely to the flexible needs of end users in the future.

One focus of the “Open Data Platform” lies in developing and testing methods which increase the acceptance of innovative technologies. End customers are to be actively and gradually integrated into the digitization of energy systems. This also intends to reduce possible obstacles that hinder acceptance of new technology solutions. The findings from the project will be made into compact and tailor-made recommendations for various groups of stakeholders within the energy industry.

Project consortium
Contact Project Management
Georg Lettner
Technische Universität Wien
Institut für Energiesysteme und Elektrische Antriebe
Gußhausstraße 25/E370-3
1040 Wien

T: +43158801370376
Project Partners
  • EVN AG
  • AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
  • AEE – Institut für nachhaltige Technologien
  • twingz development GmbH
  • ms.gis Informationssysteme GmbH
  • Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz – Institut für Systemwissenschaften, Innovations- und Nachhaltigkeitsforschung
  • Forschung Burgenland GmbH

Key project data
Duration October 2018 to September 2021
Funding programme Flagship region Energy
Project type Co-operative R&D project
Project budget € 1.9 Mio.