Description: This report presents the set of actors relevant for the project and defines the means and ways of how they can be reached.
Description: This document details the summary and key-learnings of the webinars activity and is part of Triple-A Deliverable “Report on national stakeholders’ consultations”, which holds a full description of all actions taken to engage stakeholders throughout the project’s duration.
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 deliverables holds the update of the knowledge database elements (interactive maps, graphs, etc.) according to the results from the status quo analysis and the elaboration / categorization of the financing instruments and risk mitigation strategies per case-study country.
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: The present report introduces the Triple-A benchmarking and evaluation methodology for assessing and categorising Energy Efficiency (EE) project ideas as potential investments to be undertaken by financing bodies. The result of the methodological application is the elaboration of EE project fiches which will be recognised and trusted by EE stakeholders. A special focus has also been given to identifying the most bankable projects that investors should consider for financing.
Description:This deliverable synthesizes lessons learnt from the work conducted within the Triple-A activities providing insights for the formulation of recommendation for policymakers and other stakeholders at the EU, MS and sub-national levels. Up until April 2021 the following Briefing Notes have been issued:
1st Triple-A Briefing Note: Seven Horizon2020 Projects Advice EU Leaders how to prepare Buildings for the Energy Transition
2nd Triple-A Briefing Note: Triple-A Survey on Building Sector: The Case of Greece
3rd Triple-A Briefing Note: Triple-A Survey on Investors Preferences on Energy Efficiency Investments
4th Triple-A Briefing Note: Integration of two Standardised Approaches for Transparency Improving of Energy Efficiency Investments and Confidence between Owner and Investor in Building Sector
5th Triple-A Briefing Note: Triple-A Web-Based Database: Bridging the Transparency Gap in Energy Efficiency Financing
See also here: https://aaa-h2020.eu/briefing-notes
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 aim of the present report is to explain in detail the design and content of the official Triple-A website which is online since November 2019 (M3). It also provides useful information about how to navigate through it, what information and material is expected to be presented, what social media are linked with it and useful and relevant links.
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: The document describes the updated communication and dissemination strategy that is followed in order to promote the project activities and outcomes and presents all the promotional material and activities that have been realized from September 2019 up until March 2021.
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.
Description: This deliverable presents the impact of the digital communication activities in numbers (e.g. website analytics, social media analytics, newsletters recipients).