Webinar: What job is Energy Efficiency hired to do? A look at the propositions and business models selling value instead of energy or efficiency

19 November 2015 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Register here: http://www.leonardo-academy.org/course/details.php?id=379

Presented by Ruth Mourik, DuneWorks, Netherlands

This webinar focuses on first results of Task 25, a project aimed at learning about new business models and propositions that actually contribute to the market uptake of Energy Efficiency. We will discuss what type of business models and propositions work when, where and why.  We will concentrate on learnings about the influence of user centric business development, the role of entrepreneur and his/her skills and the impact of wider context. Examples in retrofitting, smart energy services, heating, and lighting will illustrate the presentation.

This work is conducted for the International Energy Agency Demand Side Management Technology Initiative.

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