We aim to facilitate the wide availability of reliable and coherent clean energy information, and to ensure that all information and learnings from REEEP activities are made available in useful and digestible forms.
The above chart outlines the four specific tools in this endeavour, each with a specific purpose and target:
The clean energy info portal www.reegle.info is REEEP’s broadest information and data sharing tool. It targets the clean energy-interested public in emerging countries, RE and EE policy makers, and project implementers. It currently attracts 220,000 visitors per month. In addition to its own leading role, reegle.info also shares its data sets with other information brokers, free of charge, and is a strong advocate of the Linked Open Data movement, as a neutral non-partisan source of information for all.
reegle Tagging API
This free-of-charge service transforms floods of online data into knowledge. The reegle Tagging API (application programming interface) offers two core services to organisations that publish online resources relating to climate and clean energy:
- Automated tagging of documents covering renewable energy, energy efficiency and climate relevant subjects
- Suggestion of related documents from the rapidly growing content pool of items already indexed using the service
Automated tagging ensures that content is classified in a consistent way, which helps the end-user find the resources he or she is looking for. The suggestion of related documents helps to cover more angles of a given topic and can enrich your website's offering.
REEEP Online Collaboration and Knowledge System (ROCKS)
To facilitate seamless internal cooperation, the new REEEP Online Collaboration and Knowledge System has been adopted as the online working platform to link REEEP personnel with consultants and networks on a day-to-day basis.
Project Management System (PMIS)
REEEP’s online Project Management System (PMIS) is the online node for interaction with REEEP-funded project implementers. The oversight for more than 180 projects, plus the Project Call evaluation and selection process are handled via this system.
This new website is REEEP’s central public outreach tool for those who fund us, recipients of REEEP funding, and the interested public. It is outcome-oriented in design and is conceived to grow over time and integrate intervention partners.