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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 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.

Task 25 – Swedish context analysis

14 November 2017

Swedisch context analysis and Business Models case studies for a more Effective uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities.

Effective business model design and entrepreneurial skills for energy efficiency services

14 November 2017

Energy services are increasingly considered to be a good delivery mechanism for Energy Efficiency. In the energy system we witness a transition from a system consisting of products, outputs, elements suppliers and transactions to a system consisting of solutions, outcomes, relationships, network partners and ecosystems, packaged as services. This paper discusses how these energy services can be brought to the market.


Task 25 – Conference paper: Mind your business: entrepreneurs, their dynamic capabilities, context and new business models for energy efciency services

26 October 2017

It is expected that as many as two thirds of the total potential for energy savings in 2035 will not be exploited. Energy services are considered to be a good delivery mechanism for Energy Efficiency. To bring these energy services to the market, the first step is a good business model. User-centred approaches to business model design are key as they are characterized by user involvement and interaction in different stages of the supply chain. A second element of importance to delivering effective energy efficiency services are the dynamic capabilities of business model developers and providers of services to focus on this customer perspective and tailor their services. A third element of relevance to understanding how to deliver more effective energy efficiency is the context influencing the model. In this paper, we discuss findings from our empirical analysis, which led to the identification of four business models for delivering energy efficiency services, the dynamic capabilities the entrepreneurs demonstrate in delivering more value to end-users, and we explore the policy needs for delivering user centred business models for energy services.

The link to the paper is here and the document is attached.


Task 25 flyer – September 2016

4 November 2016

Task 25 flyer – September 2016


Task 25 – Deliverable 4: Effective business model design and entrepreneurial skills for energy efficiency services

25 July 2016

A comparative international analysis (work in progress: July 2016)


Task 25 – Deliverable 2: Report Sweden

25 July 2016

Swedish context analysis and Business Models case studies for a more Effective uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities.


Task 25 – Annex 1: Methodological Approach

25 July 2016

The methodological approach of subtask 2: longlist, shortlist and analysis of interesting business models for energy efficiency services.


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