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The chapter present results from an investigation of the concept of ESCO (Energy Service Companies) and its use in Danish municipalities. ESCO is in a Danish context a relatively new concept; it implies that a private operator accepts to carry out (and in some case to finance) an energy optimisation of a building or other type of facility, and accept the risk a of guaranteeing that the customer will achieve a lower energy consumption. The chapter compares ESCO with in-house provision of energy efficiency interventions and discusses advantages and disadvantages with these different approaches. The chapter also analyses the ESCO concept in relation to different types of innovations and discusses the possibility to use ESCO as a method for learning with examples from Denmark and Germany. The chapter finishes with literature guide and the editor’s assessment of the potential use of the method.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelFacilities Management Models, Methods and Tools
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdato2019
StatusUdgivet - 2019

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Jensen, J. O. (2019). ESCO as method for learning in FM organisations. I Facilities Management Models, Methods and Tools Routledge.
Jensen, Jesper Ole. / ESCO as method for learning in FM organisations. Facilities Management Models, Methods and Tools. Routledge, 2019.
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