The fourth edition of the Energy Data Hackdays took place on the 24th & 25th of September 2021 in Brugg, Switzerland. Energy companies, public administrations and other organisations related to the energy industry will make data available for the development of creative ideas and initial prototypes. The focus will be on industry relevant topics like, among other, the energy grid as an interface to the smart communities, the role of the transmission grid in the decentralisation of the production sector, security of supply with a decentralised production, how to ensure data security or how to link network planning and urban development. The hackdays are as usual free and open to any person interested in helping to shape the future of energy.

Challenge presentation

Offene Daten

Hier findest du die diversen offenen Energiedatensätze, die wir für die Hackdays befreit, gesammelt und aufbereitet haben. Weitere Vorschläge und Wünsche können mit diesem Formular oder auf GitHub eingereicht werden.
Neu, vom BFE zusammengetragen und nach Wertschöpfungskette geordnet, diese Sammlung von offene CH bezogene Datensätze
Auf Datenportale wie gibt es weitere offene Datensätze zu entdecken. Bitte achten auf die Einhaltung der Nutzungsbedingungen und die korrekte Angabe allen Datenquellen.

Open Data

Here are diverse open energy datasets that we have researched and prepared for the Hackdays. Additional suggestions and requests can be submitted here or via GitHub.
New, compiled by the SFOE and sorted along the value chain, this collection of open CH related datasets
On data portals like you can discover more open datasets such as these. Make sure to follow the Terms of Use and correctly attribute your open data sources.

Further resources

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Data Packages

Visit 📺 to explore our prototype community data portal, where you can browse Data Packages that we are working on. What is this good for? Check out an example data science notebook or visit to find out about some of the advantages of packaging your open data. Here are the latest open issues with our progress:

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