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FOSTERING SOCIALLY INNOVATIVE AND INCLUSIVE STRATEGIES FOR EMPOWERING CITIZENS IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET OF THE FUTURE

Deliverables

Report on new business cases for a better engagement of citizens in the energy market of today

This deliverable will describe the findings of the mutual learning activities and the pairing workshops organised to gather firsthand knowledge on existing new business cases The report forms the basis for the recommendations to be developed during the SocialRES project task 42

Database of driving factors in social innovations in the energy sector

Database of the main factors that drive citizens, investors and other stakeholders to contribute in social innovation schemes for clean-energy transition (task 2.1).

Comparative analysis of existing business models for RES cooperative, aggregators and crowd-funders

Analysis of the different business model archetypes existing in the energy sector and how social and environmental standpoints impact these business models task 23

Toolkit for policy assessment

The toolkit will include methodologies at various depths as well as illustrative good practice examples to assess the impacts of RES cooperatives crowdfunding platforms and aggregators reflected at the different stages of policy development and evaluation task 52

Guidelines successful social innovations in the energy sector

Guidelines for renewable energy aggregators cooperatives crowdfunding platforms and other socially innovative organisations in the energy sector that support these organisations in further developing their organisational and financial strategies for the renewable energy sector task 23

Website online

Project website (in English) will represent the main access point to key information, including objectives, partners, activities, events, publications, project news, dissemination materials and crosslinks to sister H2020 projects and other initiatives (task 6.2).

White paper on good policy practice

This deliverable will analyse the effectiveness and efficiency of policies and regulatory frameworks to support a climate that is conducive to the initiation consolidation and upscaling of socially innovative organisations in the energy sector The focus lies on the key actor groups RES cooperatives RES Crowdfunding platforms and RES energy aggregators task 51

SWOT analysis for all case studies, including assessment of competitiveness through LCOE

This deliverable will summarize the SWOT analysis carried out to evaluate the current status of engagement of members/consumers/ citizens in cooperatives, aggregators and crowdfunding platforms (task 4.1).

Flyer

Flyer, in English, (M8) describing the overall approach of the project, its innovation and the expected impacts to be widely distributed by partners at meetings and events (task 6.2).

Call-to-action video

Calltoaction video CTA to promote the online survey addressing the general public and inviting viewers to take the online survey task 63

Update Data management plan

With this deliverable an update of the data management plan will be provided in the middle of the project life time task 13

Data management plan

In line with the requirements “Pilot on Open Research Data in Horizon 2020” this deliverable defines how the partners will manage the research data generated during the project (task 1.3).

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Publications

SOCIALRES PROJECT – FOSTERING SOCIALLY INNOVATIVE AND INCLUSIVE STRATEGIES FOR EMPOWERING CITIZENS IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET OF THE FUTURE

Author(s): Silvia Caneva, Pablo Alonso, Magdalena Kovarova; Iban Lizarralde, Isabelle Valentin, Audrey Abi Akle, Mikhail Hamwi; Volker Kromrey, Dimitri Vedel, Annika Wotjen; Andreas Schneller, Lena Domröse; Alice Ferrari, Claudia Crippa; Eleanor Denny; Maria Regidor, Sofía Mulero; Iban Lacoste; Nuno Brito Jorge, Carolina Ribeiro; Rodrigo Ruiz; Karl Harder, Tom Harwood; Tijana Šimek, Florin Ciausiu, Daniel
Published in: EUPVSEC, 1, 2019
Publisher: EUPVSEC
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4118089

Demand-side management and renewable energy business models for energy transition A systematic review

Author(s): Hamwi, Michael; Lizarralde, Iban
Published in: 4th International Conference on New Business Model, Berlin 2019, 1, 2019
Publisher: 4th International Conference on New Business Model, Berlin 2019