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Mapping demand side drivers according to supply side - REFURB Deliverable report 3.1

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Mapping demand side drivers according to supply side - REFURB Deliverable report 3.1 - Overview and one-stop shop solutions for private homeowners

 

This report, produced in the framework of the REFURB project, is part of WP3 (‘supply side mapping’) focusing on the supply side (suppliers of technologies or technological solutions such as insulation and renewable energy solutions, like contractors, architects and other advisors which target the demand side). The document’s objectives are to understand how the supply side perceives the demand drivers and define the problem of mutual understanding. More specifically, the report tries to identify what is driving homeowners to renovate their dwelling(s) to NZEB in the eyes of the supply side.

 

Determining how the supply side perceives the drivers of the demand side comes first: When is an offer compelling to the demand side according to the supply side? This research results in a list of categories of demand-side drivers according to the supply side. Secondly, the supply side is confronted with the demand side: ‘How does the supply side see the demand side?’ Versus ‘What is the demand?’ It will thus be possible to determine why there is a problem of mutual understanding between the demand and supply side. 

 

For further information please visit the project's website at the link below.

 

See also the relevant BUILD UP Publications:

Demand side segmentation in EU and regions - REFURB Deliverable report 2.1 - Overview and one-stop shop solutions for private homeowners

 

Mapping the demand drivers - REFURB Deliverable  report 2.2 - Overview and one-stop shop solutions for private homeowners