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Exploitation of the European Research Projects Aiming to Achieve a Behavior Change for Energy Saving Through Innovative IT Solutions

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VaasaETT, Oy Ab Ltd, Sörnäisten rantatie 29, 00500 Helsinki, Finland
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Huygen Engineers and Consultants, Urmonderbaan 22, gebouw 220, 6167 RD Sittard Geleen, The Netherlands
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META Group, Avenue des Arts, 6 Bruxelles, Belgium
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DEMO Consultants BV, Delftechpark 10, 2628XH Delft, The Netherlands
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European Institute for Participatory Media, Pariser Platz 6, 10117 Berlin, Germany
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European Dynamics SA 209, Kifissias Av. & Arkadiou Str., 15124 Maroussi, Athens, Greece
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Holonix Srl, Corso Italia, 8, 20821 Meda MB, Italy
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Hypertech SA, 32 Perikleous st., 152 32 Halandri, Attica, Greece
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Presented at the Sustainable Places 2019 (SP 2019), Sardinia, Italy, 5–7 June 2019.
Proceedings 2019, 20(1), 13; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2019020013
Published: 24 July 2019
(This article belongs to the Proceedings of Sustainable Places Conference)
Under H2020 program, the European Commission (EC) is investing in projects that aim to develop IT tools that are attractive for its users and therefore leading to a long-term behavior change for energy savings. Four of such funded projects are: BENEFFICE, enCOMPASS, MOBISTYLE and UtilitEE. To ensure exploitation and further uptake of the project results, EC provides Support Services for Exploitation of Research Results (SSERR). Through this support, a workshop was held at the Sustainable Places Conference 2019 to present the business value proposition of the above mentioned H2020 projects. This paper presents the outcomes of the workshop on how to pitch the research projects. Conclusive remarks were given to provide projects partners further recommendations on how to exploit the results to key actors (such as investors and business partners).
Keywords: behavioral change; customer engagement; energy-as-a-service; new business models; commercialization of results behavioral change; customer engagement; energy-as-a-service; new business models; commercialization of results
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Launonen, H.; Tisov, A.; Germini, A.M.; Olivadese, R.; Koroleva, K.; Lukasik, M.; Malamou, A.; Arabsolgar, D.; Zacharis, E.; Garbi, A. Exploitation of the European Research Projects Aiming to Achieve a Behavior Change for Energy Saving Through Innovative IT Solutions. Proceedings 2019, 20, 13.

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