BioEnergy Association: Best practice guideline for life cycle analysis of heat plant projects

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Summary:

Financial model spreadshit that includes Capital and Operational expenditures, kind of fuels, inputs and outputs

Main objective:

Practice guideline for life cycle analysis of heat plant projects. Financial model that provides the methodology and tools for calculating the LCOE from a range of fuel and technology options. It is a companion for the BANZ technical guide: Best practice guideline for life cycle analysis of heat plant projects.

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Public institutions, associations, Research centers, Cooperatives /RESCoops

THERMOS

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web-based software tool to optimise local district energy network planning processes

Main objective:

The THERMOS project provides sophisticated new energy system mapping methodologies and modelling tools in a web-based software to plan, develop, and expand local area heating and cooling systems significantly more quickly, efficiently, and cost effectively.

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Public institutions, Associations, Cooperatives / RESCoops, Investors, Research centers / Universities, ESCOs

DataM

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Estimated EU balance sheets, Job calculator or Biomass flow chart

Main objective:

DataM includes a data-warehouse section that guides users in the download of raw agro-economic datasets in universal CSV format. for example, currently available data for agriculture refers to production, land area, prices, agricultural trade, population and employment.

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Investors, Public institutions

F-PI

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European funded project that helps finding private financing and investment for energy efficiency projects

Main objective:

Development of private investments in energy efficiency, sustainable mobility and self-consumption.

End user:

Biomass owners, biomass management companies, End users, public institutions, Associations

Energy Management Self Assessment Tools

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Excell sheet which allows to make a quick self assessment of the state of your organisation energetic management. Quick high-level assessment of strenghts and weaknesses accros six areas of energy management; and a more detailed appraisal of your energy management performance accros twelve key areas

Main objective:

assess your organisation's current position in respect of energy management:

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End users, Cooperatives / RESCoops, Associations, Investors

PublEnEF: Energy Efficiency Policy Support

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Provides a large variety of tools related to renewable energies and energy efficiency. Tools can be filtered based on the main topics related to the mentioned before. Not very intuitive to use, the only way to filter the tools is based in predefined tags, but not other filters can be applied (area, type of tool, who is directed to...). Seems that hasn't been updated in a while.

Main objective:

Enable policymakers on regional and local levels identify solutions to their needs on energy efficiency policy. This digital platform enhances the exchange of information and provides a large variety of supporting tools and resources for energy efficiency policy planning, development, implementation and evaluation. Policy makers can post here their Energy Efficiency needs on specific aspects of policy making and specific solutions come up through using tools and best practices collected here. This active collection of good practices, methodologies and resources for wide range of topics on local energy action can be uptated by policy makers themselves on a regular basis and always new solutions can come up.

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Public institutions, Associations