The objective of this webpage is to present our scope of work and highlight the opportunity of a potential collaboration between local urban stakeholders and Ecoten Urban Comfort s.r.o. regarding the challenge of Climate Adaptation for the City of Delhi and its surrounding areas.
Delhi is the capital of India and largest metropolitan city, As per the estimates of UN World Population Prospects, Delhi population in 2021 is 30.5 million (3.5 crores) with in the National Capital Region (NCR) and is located in the Northern part.
Delhi’s has an extreme climate. It is very hot in summer (April – July) and cold in winter (December – January). The average temperature can vary from 25°C to 45°C during the summer and 22°C to 5°C during the winter.
Using cutting edge technologies such as Earth Observation and our expertise in collecting, processing, analysing geospatial data, we are able to provide assessments taking multiple criteria into account: the thermal exposure over the city, the sensitivity of the population and the environmental coverage. This holistic approach helps deciders to understand where to take action at the city scale to protect an optimum number of citizens.
Measured by studying and quantifying the occurrence of high temperatures within the city between Year 1 and Year 2
Measured by studying the population density of individual particularly sensitive to heat: younger than LowAgeLimit and older than HighAgeLimit
Measured by identifying greeneries and water-bodies. It represents the ability of the ecosystem to cope with heat events
ESTIMATE THE SOLAR POTENTIAL OF YOUR ROOF
DEDUCE YOUR ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION EARNINGS
URBAN DESIGN COMPARISON
ENERGY BUILDING AUDIT
BUILDING COOLING DEMAND
CONCEPTION OF CARBON-POSITIVE DESIGNS
OPTIMISE ENERGY CONSUMPTION
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