Innovative Business Model for Torrelago District†
AbstractHigh upfront costs that district energy retrofitting entails, implies long-term financing schemes. Moreover, multi-private ownership in Spanish residential sector hinders the decision-making process. In the case of CITyFiED project, an innovative business model has been developed between an Energy Services Company and a Building company for Torrelago district renovation. This paper addresses this demo case from a global perspective, identifying the elements of the business case using the Canvas methodology approach and analysing the financing scheme. After a total investment of 16.5 M€, the energy savings achieved enable the payback without increasing the Community fees to the dwellings’ owners.
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Pastor, A.G.; Sanz, I.M.; Guillem, E.M.; García, J.-S.; Sanz, J.M. Innovative Business Model for Torrelago District. Proceedings 2017, 1, 692.
Pastor AG, Sanz IM, Guillem EM, García J-S, Sanz JM. Innovative Business Model for Torrelago District. Proceedings. 2017; 1(7):692.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pastor, Alfonso Gordaliza; Sanz, Isabel Martín; Guillem, Enrique Martín; García, José Ramón Martín-Sanz; Sanz, Javier Martín. 2017. "Innovative Business Model for Torrelago District." Proceedings 1, no. 7: 692.
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