EaaS to host its first Virtual Dialog

Context

AGORIA, ANESE, BASE and EIT Innoenergy are hosting the first Virtual Dialog “Servitisation to deploy energy efficiency: As a service models in the European environment” as part of the Efficiency as a Service (EaaS) Initiative on 8 July 2021, 3:30 pm CET time.

Although energy-efficient technologies are available and their economic benefits are clear, there are strong market barriers that prevent these from being deployed, including high up-front costs, perception of greater performance risk, and conflicting investment priorities.

The servitisation business model overcomes these barriers. It presents an effective way to accelerate the investments in energy-efficiency needed to deliver the Paris Agreement goals for achieving a low-carbon economy, while also helping the economy to recover faster from the COVID-19 pandemic and enabling a circular economy.

This Virtual Dialog is the first of a series of events as part of the European Commission H2020 project Efficiency as a Service (EaaS) Initiative, which will explore the value of servitisation through interactions with stakeholders already implementing the model with assets deployed in the build environment. The event will bring together solution-providers and financiers, each describing their experience with deploying servitisation, what convinced them to onboard the journey, and the hurdles they overcame to do so.

Content

Insight on servitisation and its benefits from the Advanced Servitization Group.Perspectives from technology providers: Light as a Service, Heat as a Service, and Cooling as a Service, how to implement the servitisation business model and the value for the markets.Perspectives from financiers: insights on financing energy efficiency, the green and circular economy and the role that servitisation can play in this sphere. find it here.

Who should attend?

Business and building managers who want to understand how clean and efficient technology solutions can be accessed without purchasing the equipment.Equipment manufacturers who want to learn how to increase their project portfolio by leveraging this business model (transitioning from selling products to selling services).Financial institutions interested in the model and the opportunities offered by the financing of these technologies.

Register

Do not forget to register now to join the Virtual Dialog here.

Join the servitisation wave in Europe!

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