The ENERGISE project public output documents can be downloaded from here:
WP2 - Tipologies of Energy Initiatives:
- Catalogue of existing good practice examples of programmes and interventions (D2.1) - This document summarizes diverse case studies of 1000+ Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives in 30 countries across Europe (EU 28, Switzerland, Norway).
- Identification of key success factors and related indicators (D2.2) - This document provides a background report on the process of identifying key success factors and related indicators for existing Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs) across Europe. The report provides a detailed account of data collection to carefully identify and assess relevant dynamics of SECIs pertinent to the understanding of the individual, collective, organisational and institutional aspects of consumption change.
- Comprehensive Open Access Dataset of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiativies (SECIs) (D2.3) - This document provides a background report on the process and result of developing and constructing a comprehensive open access dataset of sustainable energy consumption initiatives (SECIs) that have been collected and assessed as part of Work Package 2.
- Constructions of Typologies of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs) (D2.4) - This document (ENERGISE D2.4) provides a background report of the process of constructing typologies of Sustainable Energy Consumption Initiatives (SECIs) as part of WP2 of the ENERGISE Project.
WP3 - Designing Living Labs:
- Good practice report: capturing cross-cultural interventions (D3.1) - This document identifies ENERGISE Living Labs interventions that work across energy cultures and are adaptable to different infrastructures and socio-economic conditions across the EU. This work builds on the results of the tipologies of energy initiatives and a careful and critical analysis which will engage the ENERGISE Programme Board and members of the Expert Panel.
- ENERGISE Living Labs background report (D3.2) - This document introduces and describes initial designs for ENERGISE Living Labs by drawing on practice-based approaches in living labs, as well as previous experience on initiatives that aim to change energy-related household practices. The document also briefly discusses the prerequisites that the design poses for potential target groups and the sites in which the ELLs are to be implemented later in the ENERGISE project.
- ENERGISE Living Labs workshop report (D3.3) - This report presents the discussions and outcomes of ENERGISE Living Labs workshop. The aim of the workshop was the co-creation and co-design of the ELLs with stakeholders that represent business and the public sector, including several organisations supporting local ELL implementation, in order to ensure the incorporation of as diverse as possible views in the design of the ELLs.
- ENERGISE Living Labs evaluation and assessment manual (D3.5) - This deliverable presents the ENERGISE Living Lab (ELL) evaluation and assessment manual, which is to serve as a Sustainability Assessment Toolkit (SAT) that includes output, outcome and impact indicators, as well as detailed methods for baseline definition and identification of rebound and spin-off effects. It also provides a draft version of evaluation tools to be refined on the basis of the ELL experiences and to be published for use by later projects.
WP7 - Dissemination - Communication - Exploitation:
- Communication and Dissemination Plan (D7.1) - This document ensures that all communication and dissemination needs from various work packages and the project in general are considered and coordinated. The document covers review and mapping of stakeholders at European, national and local levels, timing of communication and dissemination activities, media channels, and division of tasks between partners.
- Academic publication strategy guidance document (D7.10) -This document focuses on ‘academic’ publications and summarises the ENERGISE consortium’s commitment to developing peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and reports, contributions to academic conferences as well as organising ENERGISE research ssessions at scientific efents. This report also outlines guidance on good authorship practice.