TIPS4PED is a three-and-a-half-year Horizon Europe project aiming to create a Digital Twin-based Platform for Positive Energy Districts, supporting municipalities in decision-making with evidence-based results. It focuses on environmental sustainability, cost reduction, and a people-centric approach by engaging citizens. The project plans to test and replicate solutions in Turin, Cork, Kozani, and Budapest, contributing to EU 2030 goals with scalable technologies.
TIPS4PED will leverage on consortium knowledge and prior EU experience and being motivated by the goals set forth by the European Commission. To design and manage the PED effectively and
foster its implementation through city planning actions, different modules will be made available on the Integrated Assessment Platform, to support municipalities from the technical perspective, as well as the social, financial, regulatory and administrative ones. The tools will be developed thanks to a end-users co-design approach, capable of providing constant feedback to the software development process. The testing and replication phase will result in the creation of 4 cities Digital Twins and decarbonization roadmaps. TIPS4PED seeks to suggest scalable and easily reproducible technologies and digital optimization as a key solution for to achieve 2030 EU goals, while taking into consideration various market circumstances, and environmental, safety, and regulatory aspects.
Partners: Tyndall National Institute, Cork City Council, RINA, LINKS, IES, POLIS, ICLEI, FACTUAL, LUT, CIRCE, City of Turin, IREN, POLITO, Municipality of Kozani, CluBE,Kőbánya district, FairCity