Deliverable 2.2: Identification of key success factors and related indicators

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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 the three phases of data collection that have been purposefully designed in WP2 to carefully identify and assess relevant dynamics of SECIs pertinent to the understanding of the individual, collective, organisational and institutional aspects of consumption change. The criteria-guided data collection process is demonstrated through a thorough description and explanation of the categories that have been developed for empirical enquiry. Examples of the relevance of the categories are given throughout the report. The data assessment that has been conducted through the categories of all three phases is important, not only to the objectives of WP2, but also in relation to designing future SECIs (WP3 and 4) and in relation to analysing the role of social-cultural conditions of SECIs; to capture intra- and cross-national differences and similarities between SECIs; to understand interactions between collective conventions and regulatory frameworks; and infrastructural conditions related to energy consumption (WP5). Equally they help the identification of policy measures required; to reduce energy consumption; to promote energy ‘prosumership’; as well as to enable diverse configurations of actors needed to obtain this (WP6). The report is a deliverable (D2.2) of ENERGISE and is publically available.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
StatusUdgivet - 31 jul. 2017

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