Business Models

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Variation C.4

This case is again a variation of the previous Business Models for apartment buildings with co-owners... Learn more

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Variation C.3

In this variation, the only difference is the fact that the financier directly finances the ACO... Learn more

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Variation C.2

In this variation of the Business Model for collective apartment buildings, the main difference is situated... Learn more

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Variation C.1

The business model in case of collective residential housing, i.e. apartment buildings with multiple apartment... Learn more

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Variation B.5

In this variation the ESCO goes one step further and also integrates the delivery of the energy, or at least... Learn more

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Variation B.4

In this variation, the ESCO implements explicit DR and sells it to the flex requesters. This means that the ESCO... Learn more

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Variation B.3

The ESCO integrating the DR into what becomes a true AEPC service, adds value to all stakeholders... Learn more

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Variation B.2

In this model the ESCO substitutes the customer as the contact and contractual party for the aggregator... Learn more

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Variation B.1

In this variation, the ESCO implements EE measures, including equipment that allows for flexibility... Learn more

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Variation A.2

In this variation, which in all other aspects corresponds to variation A.1 (generic model), the financing of the investment... Learn more

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Variation A.1

In this generic AEPC Business Model, an ESCO delivers an AEPC service, consisting of guaranteed energy cost savings... Learn more

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