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Sweden – National Participation Plan – Task 17 – Phase 3

24 August 2014

Sweden – National Participation Plan – Task 17 – Phase 3


Austria – National Participation Plan – Task 17 – Phase 3

16 August 2014

Austria – National Participation Plan – Task 17 – Phase 3


Switzerland – National Participation Plan – Task 17 – Phase 3

16 August 2014

Switzerland – National Participation Plan – Task 17 – Phase 3


Template Task Status Update

28 July 2014

Template Task Status Update


Task 16 – Task Status Report – October 2014

28 July 2014

Task 16 – Task Status Report – October 2014


Smart Grid Implementation

17 July 2014

Guidance document describing a step by step approach to implementing Smart Grid initiatives involving energy behaviour change.


Executive Summary

17 July 2014

Executive Summary of Task 23, including key findings


Slide Pack

17 July 2014

Slide pack – providing overview of Task 23


The Life of ESCo Project Facilitators_A Task 24 Perspective

1 July 2014

Beyond economic rationale or environmental awareness, energy efficiency projects require organizational and psychological change processes on the client side. In order to support Facilitators and project development, this paper seeks answers to questions like: What are the most promising tools to be used by Facilitators? What is the role of Facilitators/intermediairies in this process? What psychological and organisational culture changes are conducive to success? The paper was written by Task 24 and initiated and commissioned by Task 16.

The life of ESCo facilitators_full report


Simplified measurement & verification + quality assurance instruments for energy, water and CO2 savings. Methodologies and examples (ECEEE’14)

1 July 2014

Measurement & Verification (M&V) is a prerequisite to assess the quantitative outcomes of energy, water or CO2 saving measures and to translate these into savings cash flows for energy efficiency financing and other purposes.
As a possible solution and often feasible compromise between no M&V at all and the effort and (perceived) accuracy of a full scale M&V approach, this paper proposes simplified M&V approaches for individual or groups of electricity, heat, water or CO2 saving measures (ECM) in combination with so called quality assurance instruments (QAI)1. QAIs shall verify the functionality and quality of ECMs, but not necessarily their exact quantitative outcome over an entire project cycle. In many cases the simplified M&V approaches proposed are combinations of savings calculations to determine savings cash flows backed up by QAIs.


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