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White Paper on Good Policy Practice – An analysis of enablers and barriers for social innovations in the energy sectorDeliverable - 04 May 2021
The SocialRES project focuses at three key actor groups of social innovations in the renewable energy sector: energy communities, energy aggregators and crowdfunding platforms. The aim of this paper is to analyse the effectiveness of national policies and regulatory frameworks to support a climate that is conducive to the initiation, consolidation and upscaling of socially innovative organisations in the energy sector.
Comparative analysis of existing business models for RES cooperative, aggregators and crowd-fundersDeliverable - 04 May 2021
In the SocialRES project three types of businesses have been considered associated with social innovation in the renewable energy sector: Cooperatives, Aggregators and Crowdfunding platforms. The aim of this report is to identify different business model archetypes existing in the energy sector and how social and environmental standpoints impact these business models.
SocialRES FlyerDeliverable - 15 Mar 2021
This document reports on the SociarRES flyer production. In line with the project visual and content identity, the flyer offers a concise overview of the project’s approach, goals and case studies. The flyer is distributed at events such as conferences, workshops and meetings for dissemination purposes as well as in its digital format for online communications.
SocialRES Website OnlineDeliverable - 15 Mar 2021
The SocialRES website was completed and made operational at the end of September 2019. It contains all institutional information about the project and is intended to be used as the entry point to the SocialRES project for both the scientific and professional communities and other stakeholders’ categories, including end-users and the general public. Besides that, the website acts as communication and dissemination channel for the project’s results and for the involvement of the stakeholders. This report describes the steps that brought the SocialRES website to its life.