Description: This report presents the typology of the main Risks in Energy Efficiency Financing, and gives an overview on the different de-risking mechanisms.
Description: This report is the final version of the previous deliverable "D3.1: Draft Report on Risks of Energy Efficiency Financing and Mitigation Strategies Typology" and identifies the main Energy Efficiency (EE) sectors, project categories, as well as the main risks and barriers that affect the successful implementation of EE projects and their ability to get financed.
Description: The current report aims to estimate the cost of capital of Energy Efficiency investments from the investor’s point of view, overcoming the difficulties in estimating the cost of capital from the project’s side due to the shortage of information on critical parameters and subjectivity. It also aims to identify the project types at case study countries that serve the investors’ preferences.
Description: This report describes the philosophy, methodology and process flow for each one of the Triple-A Tools and incorporates design and implementation documents, administrator manuals and training material. The Triple-A Tools are analysed individually, providing the necessary scientific background, calculations and raw data utilization.
Description: This document provides a user manual for the Triple-A Tools, including all necessary steps that a user should follow for each one of the Tools and explains the produced output in each methodological step.
Description: The report describes the philosophy, methodology, and process flow for each one of the Standardised Triple-A Tools and incorporates design and implementation documents, administrator manuals, and training material. The Triple-A Tools are analysed individually, providing the necessary scientific background, calculations, and raw data utilization.
Description: The report provides a user manual, including all necessary steps that a user should follow for each one of the Standardised Triple-A Tools, and explains the produced output in each methodological step. The Triple-A Tools are analysed individually, reporting all the operations that are required during the navigation to the information system.
Description: Seven Horizon 2020 projects worked together for the preparation of an inclusive briefing on how to prepare buildings for the energy transition. Recommendations to policymakers and all interested stakeholders are presented, based on 7 Horizon 2020 projects’ findings and objectives, investigating ways to enable the mass adoption of energy efficiency measures and smart technologies supporting the uptake of more renewable energy sources. The contributing projects are SENSEI, Triple-A, NOVICE, QUEST, U-CERT, AmBIENCe and LAUNCH.
Description:The 2nd Triple-A Briefing Note analyses the results of the Triple-A stakeholder consultation in Greece. The consultation took place during the period from June to July 2020 and was a structured participatory approach that utilised a questionnaire dedicated for this purpose. In particular, the Questionnaire developed as part of the Triple-A stakeholder consultation process was on the Building Sector and in cooperation with the Association of Greek Valuers (A.VA.G.) received seventy-seven (77) responses by key stakeholders (i.e., bankers, investors, and real estate professionals).
Description: The 3rd Triple-A Briefing Note presents and analyses the results that emerged from the Triple-A stakeholder consultation on the investors’ preferences on Energy Efficiency investments. The consultation took place from February to March 2021 and was a structured participatory approach that utilised a questionnaire dedicated to this purpose. Sixty-eight (68) responses were provided by bankers, investors and EE experts across the eight Triple-A case study countries, namely Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Spain and the Netherlands.
Description: The 4th Triple-A Briefing Note focuses on the potential of integrating two standardised approaches Triple-A and the Investor Confidence Project (ICP), so that the implementation of an already identified Triple-A project will bring maximum benefits, taking advantage of the strengths of both standardised approaches. This could provide additional clarity and transparency on how to invest in Energy Efficiency projects and provide additional confidence for potential investors. Indicative Energy Efficiency projects are presented summarizing lessons learnt from the investment implementation.
Description: The Identity Guidelines Handbook gives direction on the Triple-A logo size and colours, straplines’ alignment, and use in various backgrounds.
Description: The document describes an initial communication and dissemination strategy to be followed in order to promote the project activities and outcomes.
Description: The document describes the updated communication and dissemination strategy that is followed in order to promote the project activities and outcomeς and presents all the promotional material and activities that have been realized during the first year of the project.
Description: This report presents all the communication material, including promotional brochure, factsheets, poster, press release and articles in EU and national media, special issue, etc.