What is Open Data?
Open Data or the Opening of Public Sector Information is a movement promoted by public administrations with the main aim of making the most of the public resources available, disclosing the information generated or held by public bodies and allowing access and reuse thereof for the common good and for the benefit of interested persons and entities. (Source: Barcelona City Council)
Energy consumption data for Girona municipalities
The Girona Provincial Council publishes open data archives on energy consumption in the Girona municipalities that applied for this through the Services Plan for the Promotion of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies and for the Promotion of Forest Biomass in the Girona Regions.
This is public data, which is permitted for reuse by third parties, with the aim of promoting the use of information disclosed by the administrations. The data in question corresponds to energy consumption by the councils in the Girona regions, expressed in
kWh based on the type of energy and organised by the following types: public education buildings, public administration buildings, public healthcare buildings, public sports buildings, libraries, other buildings, other municipal facilities and public lighting.