DAISEE is an action-research program for people who consider Energy as a Common(s).
Our mission: *Hybridize* communities, disciplines and universes to address the complexity of energy transitions. Our goal: Build the conditions for the *shared governance* of energy at the local and regional scale by ALL grid stakeholders.
Our expertise: Deal with *complexity*.
--- A brief history of DAISEE ---
We bootstraped DAISEE (as a research-action community) through the Hackaday Prize 2016, with the support of LA M[Y]NE and CELLABZ with the very precious help of the CitizenWatt community.
In 2017, the Prats-de-Mollo (France) local grid operator joined as an experimental field, along with the Virtual Assembly to bootstrap a 'citizen-governed data platform' (based on semantic web standards).
In 2018, we've joined the Energy Commons movement, initiated by Energy Collective (Danemark) with the ambition to build an european federation acting for energy transition(s) through commons.
In 2019, with the support of Oxamyne, we work on (1) a 'research cooperative' to empower the energy transition infrastructure, (2) converging toward a FabMob like dynamics on "energy" with "La Fabrique des Energies" in 2020.