Ecojoko in partnership with CentraleSupélec

Country
France
Sustainable development goals
  • Affordable and clean energy
  • Climate action
  • Responsible consumption and production
  • Sustainable cities and communities
Project link
https://www.ecojoko.com/centralesupelec-ecojoko-intelligence-artificielle/

About the project

Ecojoko, a French private company, partners with Mr. Frédéric Magoules, Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Complex Systems at CentraleSupelec (Paris-Saclay University) to reduce CO2 emissions for residential buildings using artificial intelligence algorithms.

More project information

Ecojoko, a French private company, partners with Mr. Frédéric Magoules, Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Complex Systems at CentraleSupelec (Paris-Saclay University) to reduce CO2 emissions for residential buildings using artificial intelligence algorithms.

The start-up Ecojoko was founded by two engineers – Laurent Bernard and Fabien Berlioz – who were concerned about design and ecology. Ecojoko is based on the principle that all households can reduce energy consumption by 25% with no impact on domestic comfort, thanks to a real time monitoring of how energy is used (figures by CNRS). 

While Ecojoko designed a connected object that measures electricity consumption in real time, device by device, Professor Frédéric Magoules set up artificial intelligence algorithms, used to analyze energy consumption and to provide the users with advice to save energy effectively at home.

Ecojoko should directly support climate action as it is supposed to help reduce CO2 emissions and promote a responsible consumption of energy, which in turn helps making cities more sustainable.