Project Description

Energy Business Models and Systems

DuneWorks is participating in the UsersTCP ‘Energy business models and systems’ programme of the International Energy Agency (IEA).

The TCP has set up an international work programme (organised into annexes) with a focus on business models, peer-to-peer energy trading, hard-to-reach energy users  and the social licence to automate. New work will begin later this year on energy efficiency policy 2.0 and the application of behavioural insights in energy policy making. The Users TCP programme is overseen by an Executive Committee drawn from its 16 members countries and three sponsors. Experts from member countries and sponsoring organisations collaborate through the TCP’s annexes.

DuneWorks is coordinating the ‘Energy business models and systems’ annex in the Users Technology Collaboration programme by the International Energy Agency (IEA). The programme is an international collaboration of 14 countries working together to develop and promote opportunities for demand-side management (DSM). DSM offers solutions to problems such as load management, energy reduction, energy efficiency, strategic conservation and related activities.

Publications

– 4 Strategies
– Country and cases overview per strategy
– Deliverable 3: Global Analysis
Conference Paper ECEEE 2017 Summer Study
– Conference Paper Behave 2016
– Methodological Approach
Deliverable 2: Report Sweden
Deliverable 2: Report Netherlands
Deliverable 2: Report Switzerland
Deliverable 2: Report Norway
Deliverable 2: Report Austria
Deliverable 2: Report Korea
– User-centred business models
– Context Analysis
– Literature review
– Master Thesis Joost Tolkamp

Presentations

Business models for a more effective market uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities. (ECEEE Summer Study, May 2017)
Business models for a more effective market uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities. (May 2017)
– Mind your business!!! What we can learn from 50 businesses in Energy Efficiency. (November 2016)
– Business models for a more effective market uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities. (March 2016)
Business models for a more effective market uptake of DSM energy services for SMEs and communities. (November 2015)
– What job is Energy Efficiency hired to do? A look at the propositions and business models selling value instead of energy or efficiency. (November 2015)

Video’s

Webinar: Mind your business, towards a more user centered businessmodel (January 2017)

Webinar: What job is Energy Efficiency hired to do? A look at the propositions and business models selling value instead of energy or efficiency (November 2015)

Short animation of a new way of creating energy service business models from Ideate on Vimeo

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