During this research project, we will publish ten reports about our work. All the reports will be available for download below :
Work package 2: Business models
The main objectives of this work package are to specify new business models and methods of community engagement to enable the incremental role out of energy positive neighbourhoods in the validation pilot case studies in work package 5 and identify how these can be adapted to different EU contexts.
D 2.1 Business & communication requirements analysis – will be available in april, 2013
D 2.2 Specific business models for demo cases – will be available in october, 2013
D 2.3 Generalised business models – will be available in october, 2014
Work package 3: developing the specifications
The main objective of this work package is to develop the specifications for neighbourhood energy management tool, the planning decision support tool, the user interfaces and the monitoring strategy. The specifications will be based on the situation in the case study demonstration sites.
Work package 4: prototyping & integration
Building on the outputs of work package 2 and work package 3, the goal of this work package is to develop and test the operational ICT infrastructure, systems and tools.
D 4.3 Prototype user interfaces – will be available in june, 2014
Work package 5: Demonstration & validation
The primary objective of this work package is to provide empirical evidence of the benefits of the internet based infrastructure and decision support system for control management in terms of energy positiveness, total cost of operation, CO2 reduction and improved services for users.
Work package 6: Dissemination & community engagement
The main objectives of this work package are to engender stakeholder engagement in the development of energy positive neighbourhoods and the widespread dissemination of the project results.
D 6.3 Dissemination and awareness activities – will be available in august, 2015