The evaluation of energy efficiency interventions is affected by numerous parameters and variables and most of them are uncertain. On the other hand, most of the analyses do not include the estimation of the risk connected with the energy efficiency investments. This approach has led to perceiving energy investments by financial institutions as high-risk and thus limited their commitment.
Furthermore, utilities usually need to evaluate a portfolio of interventions in different parts of a country with different climatic conditions. This has an impact on the risk profile of the investment and on the possibility to analyse many interventions at the same time.
The newly released RenOnBill Tool tackles these issues by providing a simple and effective instrument directed to both financial institutions and energy utilities. The webinar will demonstrate the applicability and usefulness of the tool in its aim to uptake and derisk energy efficiency interventions.
Data: 17 January 2022, 15:00-16:00 CET
Platform: The event will be organised via the WebEx platform. You will receive the calendar invitation and the link to join the event upon registration.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No #847056