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REgional process innovations FOR Building renovation packages opening markets to zero energy renovations

Deliverables

Report: parameters on marketing the tailored demand drivers

A report describing the critical success factors and fail factors, and a description of the best way to organize the demand side, based on the work in Task 2.5: How to market the tailored demand side drivers.

Report/Database: renovation packages

A report, which compiles all different renovation packages and which includes a description of the benefits, based upon the work in Task 4.3: Develop specific renovation packages.

Report: success and fail factors of organising demand

A report describing the critical success factors and fail factors, and a description of the best way to organize the demand side based upon the work in Task 2.3: Define options for organising demand.

Report : quality assurance approach

A report describing the approach for quality and performance assurance, based upon the work in Task 5.1: Define approach for quality and performance assurance.

Report: local tailoring and overview of regional differences

A report will be prepared providing an overview of the regional differences in demand-supply combinations, based upon the work in Task 4.2: Local tailoring.

Online customer tool and market approach

An online tool, a navigation system/customer roadmap to renovation based upon the work in Task 4.4: Tool and approach to ensure market uptake of renovation packages.

Report: the demand side drivers and barriers for segments

A report in which the demand drivers are mapped, following the typology established in Task 2.1. and based upon the work in Task 2.2: Mapping the demand drivers.

Report: rollout plan for homeowners

A rollout plan which describes how widespread uptake of the solution developed in this project can be promoted, based on the work in Task 6.2: Rollout plan.

Report: demand – supply combinations

A report which will provide insight into which demand–supply combination(s) exist, based upon the work in Task 4.1: Converting technologies.

Report: energy efficiency solutions per housing type

A report with a technology matrix with the housing types on one axis and (near-) available technical solutions on the other. This will provide an intuitive and visual representation of the available solutions per housing type. The report will be based upon the work in Task 3.2: Mapping of existing renovation solutions according to housing and homeowner typology.

Report: blueprint independent monitoring organisation

A report with conclusions on the parameters and conditions for an independent trusted body at local or regional level which can act as ‘guarantor’and a blueprint will be the result. This will be based upon the work in Task 5.2: Blue print for an independent organisation that monitors and checks the achieved energy efficiency.

Report: transferability plan

A report which describes potential target sectors, activities necessary to adapt the solution to the specific target group, and activities to promote the uptake, based on the work in Task 6.3: Analyse the transferability of this project's results.

Report: demand side segmentation in EU and regions

A report clearly describing the different types of dwellings and accompanying characteristics. This report is based on Task 2.1: Housing market segmentation.

Report: demand side drivers according to the supply side

A report which explains the problem of mutual understanding between the demand and supply side, based upon the work in Task 3.1: Mapping demand side drivers according to the supply side.

Report: success and fail factors of organising supply

A report describing the success and fail factors and the best suitable way to organize the supply side, based on the work in Task 3.3: Involvement and organisation of the supply side.

Report: pilot evaluation

An evaluation report in which the results of all pilots are bundled.This is based on the work in Task 6.1: Pilot test and improvements.

Report: supplier involvement strategy

A report which gives suppliers a better insight of the benefits of this behavioural change and facilitate this change, based upon the work in Task 3.3: Involvement and organisation of the supply side.

Report: demand drivers tailored to local conditions

A modified report based on the work in Task 2.4: Tailoring demand drivers and organisation of demand to local conditions.

Report: supportive financing constructions

A report with the pros and cons of the different options in finance constructions and recommendations for implementation, based upon the work in Task 4.5: Supportive financial constructions.

Articles / press interactions

Interaction with local media incl. non-professional articles in local newspapers dedicated to general public, interviews etc. provided whenever possible (target: at least 1 per region). This is based upon Task 7.5 Outreach activities dedicated to general public (outreach) and wider groups of stakeholders (incl. professionals).

Yearly e-newsletter

A yearly newsletter about the project, its development and its accomplishments. It is based upon the work in Task 7.5 Outreach activities dedicated to general public (outreach) and wider groups of stakeholders (incl. professionals).

Project PowerPoint presentation

A generic project power point presentation will be developed. It will serve a general communication/promotion purpose to broad audiences. It is based upon the work in Task 7.3.

Project website

A website dedicated to the REFURB 2.0 project. It will serve as a key communication and dissemination platform for the project. The web page will allow for informing a wide group of people about the project, its objectives and benefits, as well as enable a more restricted information exchange among the consortium members and some stakeholders upon request (the Partners section). It will serve the purpose of a publicly available source of news on the project, information on meetings and conferences (News & events section). Access to the project public deliverables as well as relevant project members’ publications (Publication section) will be provided. The links section will include some additional resources (e.g. cross-linked projects) and interesting pages. A constantly evolving section will be related to the new insights that this project provides regarding the motives and barriers of the “demand side” (i.e. building owners/users). The website will also provide access to an internal project repository of documents for all partners involved. In addition, the website includes a counter for the visitors so as to assess – even indirectly – the visiting frequency of the site. The website will (amongst others) contain information on the partners, a list of activities, workshop updates, publications etc. All WP leaders will be responsible for providing the necessary information to update the webpages. All public information on all activities of the CSA will be online by the end of the project. The website will offer the possibility for stakeholders to exchange information, share knowledge and ask questions to the consortium. It is based upon the work in Task 7.2 Project website.

Project brochure

At the beginning of the project a project brochure will be developed and provided as downloadable material in PDF and poster. It is based upon the work in Task 7.3.

Tailored brochure

Local workshops that aim to interact with homeowners will be accompanied with a tailored (e-) brochure. This is based upon the work in Task 7.3.

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