Final Conference: Graphical recordings
The SENSEI Final Conference held on 24 January 2023, resulted in some informative graphical recordings, capturing the essence of the sessions. They are available for download here:
To increase the awareness of the SENSEI P4P knowledge platform, a flyer has been designed, highlighting benefits for key stakeholders. It is available for download here.
Governments, citizens, and businesses across the EU are facing an unprecedented increase in energy prices. The EU has pledged to reduce gas and electricity use this winter and to further cut electricity use in “peak” periods. At the same time, EU legislators are considering further decreases in energy consumption by 2030 in the context of the EU Green Deal. Read more in this booklet about how pay-for-performance (P4P) schemes can be an important tool in delivering the energy savings needed.
This briefing presents the motivations behind the SENSEI project and the advantages of Pay-for-Performance (P4P) in a timer where energy efficiency is more important than ever in Europe amidst the current energy crisis and Russian tensions.
Based on the public deliverable Policy developments in the European Union and strategies for Pay-for-Performance business models, SENSEI has developed this infographic communicating the 10 strategies for rolling out P4P in Europe.
This policy brief provides background information on the P4P schemes and recommendations on how legislators could improve the EU climate and energy framework to encourage the development of P4P schemes across the areas of energy savings obligations, energy markets and building legislation.
Enjoy the SENSEI session from the 5th AIEE Energy Symposium.
The transition to a forward-looking climate neutral economy, announced in the European Green Deal, demands an action plan where public and private sector investments are channeled towards climate-friendly technologies and business models.
To support this transition, SENSEI, together with 6 H2020 projects – Triple A, LAUNCH, Ambience, NOVICE, Quest, RenOnBill and Ucert- have drafted recommendations in a letter to policymakers, based on all projects’ findings and objectives.
Flyer (one-pager) about project SENSEI
Presentation of SENSEI project with a focus on stakeholder benefits in the co-creation of P4P models.