PadovaFIT Expanded Public Deliverables

  • Deliverable title
    Short description
  • Analysis of existing one-stop-shop initiatives in EU and beyond, including good and bad practices (D2.1)

    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.

  • Strategic Assessment of a One-Stop-Shop initiative in the 4 pilot areas (D2.2)

    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 the 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.

  • SWOT analysis of a One-stop-shop initiative in the 4 pilot areas (D2.3)

    To design a successful OSS, it is crucial to collect information concerning territorial characteristics which can directly or indirectly affect the OSS marketplace and shape the future Business Model. The deliverable aims to assess contextual data through a SWOT analysis. The SWOT identifies both barriers and favourable conditions to consider when designing a successful Business Model. Furthermore, a stakeholder analysis has been developed per each target area.

  • A business model canvas for a one-stop-shop  (D2.4)

    This report has two main objectives: to identify and describe the main OSS Business Models (BM) existing in Europe; and, in second place,  to orient local partners and stakeholders in designing suitable OSS BMs in their target areas.

    The One-Stop-Shop (OSS) aims to simplify the home energy renovation processes, motivate and support homeowners, increase the quality of works and the opportunities to create new businesses for market players. The OSS can be designed according to different Business models. Through literature review and desk research, we found out three OSS BM archetypes and seven sub-categories. The report resumes the main characteristics of OSS BM archetypes and sub-categories and the results of the co-design process aiming at defining the OSS BM in the Padova target area.

  • Open Research Data-Pilot (D2.7)

    This deliverable presents the strategy for the management of data within the PadovaFIT Expanded project, its Data Management Plan (DMP), and all related information regarding open data accessibility and reusability.

  • Analysis of existing engagement tools and techniques in EU and beyond (D3.1)

    The document provides a collection and analysis of existing engagement tools and schemes led by home renovation service providers, project promoters and 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, in which the new professional figure of the condominium facilitators was introduced.

  • Engagement tools for citizens (D3.3)

    The document illustrates the strategy with the tools and instruments that the pilot cities (Municipality of Padova, Municipality of Timisoara and Municipalities of Vidi/Smolyan) are using to engage citizens to provide them with the OSS services and to involve them in the OSS process.

  • Training of community/condominium facilitators with training programme and materials (D3.4)

    This deliverable describes our approach to training and the course contents that put forward the role of  “facilitator” in the urban environment. The training course aims to develop the figure of the "facilitator"so that they can implement energy requalification interventions in private buildings. The figure needs to combine technical skills with methods and techniques of communication and conflict mediation. The report goes into the components of the course for the facilitators, the needed profile and the steps to convert this into a professional collaboration in the framework of the PadovaFIT Expanded project.

  • Report on the Engagement Campaign, Activities, Events and Results (D3.5)

    Each pilot area has developed and implemented the tools to concretely engage the citizens and involve them in the OSS process. This document provides a description of how the communication & engagement campaign has been pursued in the different pilots and the main results achieved in terms of citizens informed and “activated” (stimulated in starting the refurbishment of their home).

  • Report on the selection, Engagement and Services Provided to Padovafit Pioneers (D3.6)

    Deliverable 3.6 is a report about the selection, engagement and services provided to PadovaFIT Pioneers.

  • Analysis of existing innovative technical instruments and schemes across the EU (D4.1)

    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.

  • Analysis of households' energy needs in the 4 pilot areas (D4.2)

    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 Timişoara and finally Vidin and Smolyan with an action plan). The areas of intervention were selected according to the common methodology developed by our project partner Sogesca and the different data availability in the target areas.

  • Analysis of existing innovative sustainable finance instrument and schemes across the EU (D5.1)

    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 finances.

  • Analysis of households' financial capacity in four pilot areas (D5.2)

    The report aims at analysing households’ financial capacity by mapping some relevant economic and financial features in the four pilot areas (Padova, Timişoara, Vidin and Smolyan). The analysis leads to the identification of potential target areas for the OSSs, selected according to the methodology developed by our project partner Sinloc and the available data.

  • Evaluation of potential financial solutions (D5.5)

    This report contains a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the demand and supply of renovation interventions in the four pilot areas. The aim of the work is to identify the missing elements that could foster the diffusion of energy efficiency renovations in the residential sector, and to assess the role of the OSS in addressing and bridging the existing gaps.

  • Report on the Citizens OSS Contacts (D6.3)

    This document provides a description of how the communication & engagement campaign has been pursued in the different pilots, the kinds of citizens that were reached with the different means used and finally their feedback about the usefulness of the One-Stop Shops.

  • Report on the Provision of Integrated Energy Services (D6.4)

    The document describes the renovation journey supported by the OSS of Padova, Timişoara and EAP. In all cases, the journey starts from the initial contact with the final user and the evaluation of the needs of the client. Several services are provided by the OSS: information, technical, financial and even legal support is guaranteed to homeowners.

  • Report on Service Provision Monitoring Activities (D6.5)

    The monitoring of the OSS activities is a crucial step for evaluating the effectiveness of the services provided and the impacts generated. The monitoring takes inspiration from the work done in WP4 (technical services) and WP5 (financial services). In both cases, the monitoring covers two different levels: the monitoring at market level and the monitoring at OSS level.

  • Policy Paper with recommendations (D7.2)

    This deliverable gathers the project's recommendations to policymakers into the following topics:
    1. Recommendations regarding engaging homeowners
    2. Recommendations on business models and engaging the private sector
    3. EU level and National level policy recommendations

  • Summary Report on Evaluation Results (D7.3)

    This report has deepened into the evaluation of the different impacts that PadovaFIT Expanded project had on the actors involved. This document also details the lessons learned for the dissemination of the project and the approach to other project promoters and stakeholders.

  • Impact assessment (D7.4)

    This document aims to assess the actual and potential impact of OSSs in Padua, Timişoara and successively in Vidin and Smolyan. The deliverable starts analysing the objectives and services of OSSs and the context of the European framework regulation, offering an overview of Directives, Regulations, and Laws.

  • Dissemination and Communication Strategy (D8.1)

    This strategy details all internal and external communication and dissemination activities of the project including roles and responsibilities of the Consortium partners, key messages of the project and target group analysis. The document also describes the main Key Performance Indicators related to communication and dissemination and the list of important events where the project will be presented. Finally, it also includes results of a detailed stakeholder mapping performed at the beginning of the project.

  • Dissemination and Communication tracker (D8.2)

    The document describes the main elements of the tool titled Dissemination tracker.

    The tool was used to ensure the project research and practical outcomes are widely disseminated to the appropriate target audiences via the right methods and at appropriate times along the project lifecycle, particularly at key project milestones.

  • Project Visual Identity (D8.5)

    This report shows concisely the visual materials that have been developed to support the communication and dissemination of project activities and results. This includes the Project Flyer, Poster and Roll-up. The materials will be used at all (physical) events the project is present at to showcase the most important information of the project as well as links to social media, website and contact details.

  • Report on media activities (D8.7)

    PadovaFIT Expanded grant agreement highlighted that media activities would be important in the project to disseminate messages to the target audiences and to create awareness on the topic of One-Stop Shops. This is a report of the activities present in task titled Media dissemination activities.

  • Takeaways from Final Event (D8.8)

    We held our project's final event on October 28th, 2022 in Padova, Italy. The all-day event was held in Italian and English, and gathered a wide range of participants, both from the local area, the region and other parts of Italy and Europe. We covered topics ranging from the importance of our project’s success to the different challenges which carrying out such an ambitious vision would entail. This deliverable goes into the details of what we learned from the event, with a list of key takeaways useful for the project and other interested stakeholders.

  • Knowledge transfer activities and policy recommendations (D8.9)

    The knowledge transfer activities of PadovaFIT Expanded project were organised under Task 8.4 titled Knowledge transfer to replicate and upscale innovative home renovation services. The task was divided into three areas of knowledge transfer: with the financing sector, construction sector and, finally, with the sector representing consumer organisations and property owners. This Report aims to describe the overall framework behind Knowledge Transfer activities in the project and, concretely, the events that were undertaken by the PadovaFIT Expanded project.

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