Whether you’re looking to decarbonise your business, development or portfolio, we can help.

Our agile start-up addresses a variety of needs around the world

Urbanomy works in close partnership with EDF R&D and EDF international businesses and we also collaborate with SaaS providers, other consultancies, engineering, architecture and urban planning practices, as well as universities and innovation centres to stay at the forefront of the innovation. This gives us flexibility in how we approach our clients’ needs because we have access to a pool of experts and a thorough knowledge of the local context.

Some of our references

Local Strategies

Feasibility of large scale heat pump deployment

As part of Project GAIA, Urbanomy is supporting the large scale deployment of heat pumps in Devon, UK.

Energy Masterplanning

Environmental analysis for an ecodistrict

Urbanomy is assisting the Agglomération Hénin-Carvin in the development of the Sainte-Henriette ecodistrict, through an environmental analysis. 

Local Strategies

Low carbon strategy for an event

We assist VivaTech in the analysis of its carbon footprint and the implementation of a concrete action plan, for its 2022 edition, from 15 to 18 June.

Decarbonisation Pathways

Portfolio decarbonisation strategy

For the real estate department of a major French financial institution, Groupe Caisse des Dépôts, we are providing a decarbonisation and compliance strategy for its operated commercial portfolio.

Local Strategies

Territorial Pre-diagnosis

For a joint association, SMOYS (Syndicat Mixte Orge-Yvette-Seine) in France with a new extended perimeter, we provided a territorial pre-diagnosis on a scope of 65 local authorities, defining carbon neutral guidelines prior to the definition of a 2050 strategy.

Energy Masterplanning

Supporting local carbon neutral strategy

We conducted a projecr for Oxfordshire County Council, as part of Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire). The methodology has been developed in a replicable way to benefit for other similar development.

Regulations & Standards

Din Spec: District Management

Urbanomy, in partnership with EIFER, contributed to a German standardisation text (DIN SPEC), which provides a framework for the management of the districts of the future.