CAVERION, memeber of HOLISDER consortium, reports on completion of second round of Living Lab workshops in Finland. The participants had their opportunity to know more about HOLISDER emerging business models facilitating the reduction of energy consumption costs, both at the consumer and producer / deliverer side.
The second round of HOLISDER Living Lab workshops was dedicated to the profound presentation of HOLISDER emerging business models. As potentially valuable for different stakeholders, like energy Prosumers but also ESCO’s, Facility Managers, Aggregators or Wholesale Market Operators, innovative HOLISDER business models proposed in 5 varied versions create new approach in the topic of energy trade and consuming. The main objective of defined conception is to avoid unnecessary energy consumption – and make the time of electricity consumption more effective and less expensive.
CAVERION experts invited about 100 inhabitants of pilot site Väinö Auerin Katu (residential building) as well as representatives of ESCOs, facility managers, energy and sustainability specialists etc. to take part in their combinated workshop. As Siiri Lapila, Development Assistant Trainee in CAVERION explains: “We decided to compact two last rounds in one, like we did last time (Willa and Itälahdenkatu 22A). This combination workshop was held on 22nd of August. I sent 22 e-mail invitation to representatives of ESCOs, facility managers, energy and sustainability specialists etc. They had a possibility to participate in this workshop via skype business call if they were unable to come to the meeting.”
The detailed evaluation of the workshop in Finland, as well as of the full 2nd round of HOLISDER LL workshops performed in 4 different countries, will be provided in D7.7 Living Lab Evaluation Report, which is scheduled to be submitted until the end of September 2019.