The mapping report analyses the OSS initiatives in Europe and beyond, through literature review, desk research on 26 OSS initiatives, and in-depth analysis on 12 selected case studies. An OSS classification has been developed, based on the recurring OSS business models.
OSS implementation needs an in-depth understanding of contextual conditions, which may influence the OSS business model and success. This strategic assessment has been developed for each target area involved in PadovaFIT EXPANDED project. The assessment aims to collect and assess contextual factors with a direct and indirect influence on the home renovation marketplace and OSS business model. The strategic assessment is based on the analysis of three complementary macro-factors influencing the implementation and operability of the OSS. The macro-factors are categorized into three main groups: 1) Factors with an indirect influence on the marketplace, 2) Factors with a direct influence on the marketplace, 3) Internal factors.
The document provides a collection and analysis of existing engagement tools and schemes lead by home renovation service providers, project promoters, EU funded initiatives. The work is focused on understanding the most suitable approaches and tools to engage citizens in investing in energy renovation. The document also takes inspiration from the former Padova FIT project, where the new professional figure of the condominium facilitators has been introduced.
The document provides a review of the existing technical instruments and schemes at different levels, considering both private and public initiatives with the aim of understanding mainly the needs of the supply side, under a technical and contractual point of view. The work is focused on the identification and the analysis of some of the most meaningful best practices of energy efficiency project implemented at EU level.
The content of this deliverable includes a common methodological approach for the analysis of households’ energy needs in the 4 pilot areas for the setting up of the OSSs (Padova first, then Timisoara and finally Vidin and Smolyan with an action plan). The areas of intervention were selected according to the common methodology developed by Sogesca and the different data availability in the target areas.
The document gives an insight on the existing sustainable financial instruments and schemes across EU, providing a preliminary analysis with indicators. The review considered both private and public funds with the aim of understanding the needs of the financers.
The report aims at analysing households’ financial capacity by mapping some relevant economic and financial features in the four pilot areas (Padova, Timisoara, Vidin and Smolyan). The analysis leads to the identification of potential target areas for the OSSs, selected according to the methodology developed by Sinloc and the available data.