The "2000-watt society" is a vision for a shared, just and attractive future. The concept focuses on two central indicators: energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions. According to the defined vision, in the medium term each resident is entitled to a permanent energy consumption of 2,000 watts and a maximum level of CO2 emissions of one tonne per annum. In the past few years, a large number of municipalities and cities have undertaken a commitment to these 2,000-watt goals and incorporated them into their energy policy guidelines. The "Energy city on the path towards a 2,000-watt society" label is awarded to municipalities that pursue visionary overlying objectives in line with the 2,000-watt philosophy.
The minimal geodata model is explained in detail in the documentation. The INTERLIS 2.3 data model and geodata are available for downloading.