Project Management Plan, including the project Gantt chart, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), meeting dates, venues and participants for distribution within the consortium
The outcome of Tasks 7.1 and 7.2 is a scientific report detailing about the objectives, methods, and results of the knowledge consolidation process, and how it embeds to the existing literature.
First revision of Project Management Plan
Second revision of Project Management Plan
Business plan, detailing the commercial and non-commercial uses of the data produced in ECHOES, along with beneficiaries
Data-collection strategy plan for the project based on Task 3.3
Comparative assessment report on European Energy Lifestyles.
Corporate design and template for dissemination materials, for all instruments used for communicating and disseminating ECHOES’ objectives and results
Report on collective energy practices in Europe
The reporting procedures, communication policies and set of templates to be used within the project will be included in the project handbook. The project handbook includes data protection guidelines and procedures on the collection, storage, access, sharing, retention, and destruction of personal data within the project.
Literature review on state-of-the-art for individual and group factors, cultural factors, institutional and policy factors based on Task 3.1
Policy recommendation papers related to country-wise perspectives on the factors driving collective energy choices and energy-related behaviour
Description of the database, including national, regional, and EU level quantitative and qualitative data.
Plan for the dissemination and exploitation of ECHOES’ results, second update
Indicators and recommendations for future data collection.
Suggestions and recommendations for a better understanding of the factors driving collective energy choices and energy related behaviour, which will allow the policy-makers to interconnect them with technological, regulatory and investment-related aspects, enhancing the future achievements of the Energy Union and SET-Plan
Cross-country analysis of “enabling factors” for collective consumer action (together with WP6)
The ultima ratio of ECHOES is provided through a set of policy-ready recommendations, how best to exploit the new insights in energy related decision-making and behaviour for future policy-making. In particular, the report emphases how the scientific results can foster the transition to an Energy Union and boost the efficacy of the SET-Plan.
Potential and gaps analysis, of leading EU and user group strategy documents based on Task 3.2
Report of the existing data and databases and as well as the need for new data to be collected or formulated; includes results of the expert workshop.
Research findings integrating person and situational factors – energy sustainable consumption
To design psychological field study and lab experiments, effective social–psychological interventions, as well as guidelines for policy-makers decision-making
Plan for the dissemination and exploitation of ECHOES’ results, first update
Complete documentation of the data collection activities in WP 4-6
Report on the impact of “energy memories” on energy consumption patterns
ECHOES foresees two policy-maker workshops, and the outcomes of these are summarized in a document highlighting the issues discussed at these events and the conclusions drawn.
Report on parameters that determine the similarities and differences towards energy related behaviour between different levels and different types of the formal social units
Plan for the dissemination and exploitation of ECHOES’ results, including a draft version, which will be updated every six months with contributions from all partners (M6, updates on M18, M24)
A decision tree algorithm, to be used as an instrument to establish integrated governance and monitoring processes for the Energy Union, ensuring the identification of the factors and mechanisms behind the energy choices and energy-related behaviour at European, regional, national and local/municipal level will all contribute to the Energy Union's objectives and contributing to the Energy Union's objectives and contributing to a prospective energy dialogue between former social units and policy-makers to support active engagement in managing the energy transition.
Dissemination workshop, spreading the evidence from good practices and successful implementations of formal social units, related to energy transition among the EU member states and associate countries
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