REScoop.eu is able to provide different types of services that create real value for citizens, businesses and local authorities that want to work on community energy. Depending on your needs, we can offer tailored services.
Beside our advocacy efforts included in REScoop.eu membership, we offer additional tailored advocacy services to members and non-members. We can for example provide analytical support for development of policy and make policy options analysis. We write guidance reports and give policy presentations, lectures and workshops.
Are you wondering how to set up a renewable energy project in your community? Would you and your neighbours like to improve energy efficiency and energy consumption in your homes, or set up a carsharing service? Are you looking for financing models for citizen energy projects, or for inspiration on how citizens and municipalities can work together better?
Our toolbox provides you with guidance and successful examples for renewable energy projects that are fully or partially owned by citizens. It includes guides developed by REScoop.eu, but also inspiration and good practices from our members all across Europe.
Navigating the different stages of citizen energy projects is an exciting journey, but it doesn’t come without its challenges. To ensure you can bring your project to completion, REScoop.eu has developed capacity-building services to help energy communities move forward at any stage of their projects.
Beside the financing services included in REScoop.eu membership, we can offer tailored financing services for members and non-members. We can support you on applying for European funding programs: improve your proposal, write concepts, identify potential consortium partners and deliver full proposals. We can also support you in creating a full funding strategy.
REScoop.eu organises training sessions on specific topics. The sessions deal with topics like Horizon 2020 proposal development, financial reporting, project related audits, communication and dissemination campaigns, data privacy management, intellectual property rights, demand response, microgrids, community engagement, collaborations with municipalities, etc.