Geospatial Insight is leading the CACHE Net Zero (Clean Air Clean Harbour Energy for Net Zero) project, co-funded by the European Space Agency (ESA), which empowers ports to effectively plan, implement and then monitor key actions that will deliver reductions in air pollution and carbon emissions associated with harbour operations.
Geospatial Insight, the UK’s leading provider of clean energy geospatial solutions, has launched the next phase of their LOCATE platform, LOCATE SOLAR, the most detailed, comprehensive, and up-to-date national rooftop solar sustainability database, containing over 23,000,000 individual building entries each with over 20 unique solar-centric attributes.
Essex County Council is responsible for over 3,600sqkm of land, 750,000 buildings and in excess of over 1.5 million people. In 2020 the Authority launched a dedicated Essex Climate Action Commission. The Committee released the Essex Climate Action Plan in November 2021, with the aim of making the entire county Carbon Net Zero by 2050.
Geospatial Insight, the UK’s leading provider of clean energy geospatial solutions, has launched LOCATE EV, a ground-breaking Electric Vehicle (EV) network planning platform, bringing together critical datasets and intuitive functionality to facilitate EV charge point network planning across the UK, for both public and private sector clients.
With a wide range of experience in utilising remotely sensed data – such as satellite imagery – in tandem with advanced analytics to create bespoke
Geospatial Insight have been selected by Winchester City Council to assess the solar potential of over 600 square kilometres of its non-urban land, in support of the Authority’s ambitions to become carbon neutral by 2024, and their goal for the entire district to become carbon neutral by 2030. The analysis will also include Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA) sites, to enable better decision making about the most beneficial future use of SHELAA locations.