Energy transition

Stakeholders start working on more sustainable town districts.

The Tygron Platform accelerates the energy transition.

A realistic computing model can be created of an area or district based on (public) data. Depending on the set task in the area, the stakeholders can start looking for solutions together in a 3D model of the area in order to make the area sustainable. Or to disconnect it altogether from gas.

The platform gives stakeholders immediate feedback with regard to a number of relevant interests such as CO2 reduction, costs and security of supply. The interactive simulations clearly show what implications each action has on the design, on the individual as well as the joint business case. In this way, stakeholders can experiment with various scenarios for individual and collective options in the area, such as wind, sun, electricity and heat.

The platform gives everybody a clear view of the scope of the energy task, the spatial impact and everybody’s role. It provides transparency, trust, support and effective interaction among the stakeholders, making sure that the entire process runs smoothly, fast and in a professional manner.

This is how the Tygron Geodesign Platform is used for energy transition

“The Netherlands is engaged in an energy transition with the abandonment of the use of natural gas. In order to accomplish this, Alliander DGO has developed the OmOns application in cooperation with Tygron. OmOns is a tool that is simple in use, and enables residents to help in the decision-making about new and sustainable energy supplies.”

“Alliander and software company Tygron have developed a smart and open energy network called HEAT in cooperation with the municipality of Zaanstad. It’s development is now at a stage that each Dutch district, village, municipality or province can be loaded within ten minutes based on open data. The investment costs are between 10 and 20 percent less than for a traditional approach in negotiations.”

“Since the energy transition has started, which is becoming visible, tangible and noticeable for each Dutch person, it’s crucial to know what the roles are and what interests are at stake in the transition towards a sustainable energy supply. Through a structured discussion with stakeholder groups, we make sure that all the interests have a place in the energy transition.”