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Results and outlook Task 25

19 December 2017

Results and outlook Task 25 (2017): Business models for a more effective market uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities.


Task 24: Designing a Behaviour Change Programme for Hospital Facilities Staff

12 December 2017

The purpose of this report is to describe the novel collaborative process by which the second largest hospital network in North America (Carolinas HealthCare System, CHS) developed, together with Task 24 and a group of energy experts, a behaviour change programme for building operators. Early measurements show that the programme could lead to energy savings of up to 30%. This Energy Connect programme was designed and implemented to allow other hospital and commercial building managers to implement similar programmes. The culture of energy use differs across any given region and, thus, no single programme can be equally applied in all locations. This paper describes the process that was used to create the programme, along with a description of the programme itself. As the programme (evaluation) is still underway, a future report will concentrate on outcomes and learnings.

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Task 25 – Dutch context analysis

14 November 2017

Dutch context analysis and Business Models case studies for a more Effective uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities. This analysis uses a multi-level perspective to describe the relevant context for business models in the market that sell energy efficient products or services or both. As there is an impact of contextual factors on the development of business models and businesses in general a context analysis can be considered useful.


Task 25 – Swiss context analysis

14 November 2017

Swiss context analysis and Business Models case studies for a more Effective uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities. This analysis uses a multi-level perspective

to describe the relevant context for business models in the market that sell energy efficient
products or services or both. As there is an impact of contextual factors on the development
of business models and businesses in general a context analysis can be considered useful.

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