This section showcases the latest tools developed in H2020 projects, providing data and information on several topics: energy poverty, bioenergy community, financing, and more.

Energy poverty / justice tools

Energy Poverty Dashboard – ENPOR

The Energy Poverty Dashboard is the first tool of its kind, spatially identifying energy poverty in the private rented sector across Europe, useful for NGOs, civil society and governing bodies to access information on energy poor populations, best practices and policies to tackle this issue, and to visualise whether projects are being undertaken in the areas of greatest need.

Financing tools

Measuring retrofit performance across portfolios of buildings with eensight – SENSEI

A next generation energy efficiency meter named eensight was created by SENSEI. The eensight tool is based on machine learning and will contribute to the much-needed advancement of the automated measurement and verification (M&V) methods for portfolios of buildings’ energy efficiency and provide essential insights for investors, legislators, building owners and energy companies to realise their goals. eensight is essentially an automated meter for energy savings. A key ingredient for the digitalisation of the energy efficiency-related activities.  

Database on energy efficiency financing – Triple A

The Triple-A Interactive Web-based Database is a visual representation of the most important aspects in energy efficiency financing, including the risks and mitigation strategies, the preferences of investors on energy efficiency investments, the financial performance of energy efficiency projects, the models and instruments that are usually used for financing and the performance of case study countries in terms of Sustainable Development Goals. You can also watch the “Triple-A Tools User Manual” video presenting how to navigate the Standardised Triple-A Tools.

Knowledge hubs

Implementing Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive – Knowledge transfer platform – ENSMOV

In the ENSMOV knowledge transfer platform, best practices, guidelines, case studies, training materials and country reports from the EU and beyond are available for public authorities and other key stakeholders to support the implementation of energy efficiency policies. An online forum and a LinkedIn group offer the possibility to share ideas and have direct support by asking questions to country experts for the countries listed.

Energy communities toolkit – BECoop

This toolkit, developed in the frame of the BECoop project, supports developers and operators of community bioenergy and heating projects. It is developed to support your bioenergy community’s journey from the starting point, to the growing stages and its operational steps. It can also help to scale energy community initiatives in your neighbourhood.

Knowledge and support facility for energy savings calculation – StreamSAVE

The streamSAVE platform and online forum enable the continuous exchange of knowledge. You can find all resources on streamSAVE activities for energy savings calculations, a preview of the knowledge & support facility, and consult documents under each section.

Industry platforms

Industry informative network, for the food and beverage cold supply chains – ICCEE

The Industry Informative Network was created to increase stakeholder exchange, fostering the link between various market stakeholders and bridging the gap between demand and supply. It comprises three sections: a community of practitioners for discussion, a library and a technical repository to bridge the gap between market supply and demand – the catalogue of innovations. The platform will be populated over time with manuals, brochures, technical notebooks and other available information on legislative and technical developments for the cold supply chains in the food and beverage sector and invites stakeholders to contribute.