In WP8 the three integrated systems were identified and their market were qualified and quantified.
- The first integrated system deals with heat at municipal level. It includes the production, transmission and distribution of heat within a city.
- The second integrated system comprises technologies producing or using heat at building level, such as PVT panels, flat stations, waste-water heat recovery or heat appliances.
- The last integrated system consists of technologies producing or using electricity at building level, such as PVT panels, second-life batteries, EV charging stations and a management system and sensors.
The main purpose of deliverable D8.4 is to describe new business models for the commercialization of the three integrated systems. Each business model has to be economically viable in Denmark and
Sweden. To achieve this goal, a methodology in five steps was carried out. Firstly, a definition of green business model was provided to comprehend the rest of the deliverable. Secondly, the business
models for individual solutions were described in order to understand better each technology provider. Then, several business model options were elaborated by LGI for each of the three integrated systems. To validate or get feedback on these first ideas, a workshop in Aarhus was hold during month 21 (August 2016). These feedbacks provided a clearer idea of local constrains and feasibility. Two
methodologies were carried out: the value proposition design to better identify the type of customer for who we create value and the business environment that helped to link the different stakeholders
and identify the roles required in each business model. Finally, the last versions of the business model options for the integrated systems were described in this deliverable.
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Delivery no. D.8.4 Green business model options for READY solutions
Please contact: Mrs Eva Boo, LGI Consulting, email@example.com