With a view to better explaining the potential for open and shared data to address climate change, the Open Data Institute (ODI) and Icebreaker One have developed a Data Spectrum for Energy.
Icebreaker One is exploring how to rapidly evolve financial and energy systems to embed net-zero into all investments in a manner that is demonstrable, provable and uses data to hold organisations to account.
Shared Data is data with a preemptive licence (e.g. ‘data as a service’ that can be used with certain restrictions)
Closed data requires a user-specific custom licence/contract for use (e.g. ‘bilateral contract’ for a specific project)
This work is built upon in our development of Shared Data.
If you have feedback on our joint Data Spectrum for Energy, please get in touch.