RES sharing Platform for public administration buildings

Library of Challenges

Short description: Renewable Energy Sources (RES) sharing platform for buildings managed by public institutions – surpluses of energy will be purchased by third parties. The solution must be in compliance with EU/Polish law and regulations. Business model should be also a vital part of the solution.

Market potential: Market potential will grow with the upcoming changes in regulations related to the RES. Proposed solution might decrease energy loses for prosumers.

Timing: The solution might be ready to launch in 2023.

Desired result: A platform will be a place where energy providers (public institutions) will be able to sell the extra capacity of their energy to private entities.

Information on challenge owner: NGO/NPO.

Keywords: Renewable Energy Sources; Public institutions; Private institutions; Marketplace sharing economy

type of
Finance or business model, New technological approach, Service development, Software solution,
Industry Sector
For Who
Public body, institution or other non-profit organisation
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