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Apollon - Use cases analysis and common Living Lab approach for Energy Efficiency

Apollon - Use cases analysis and common Living Lab approach for Energy Efficiency

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The purpose of this deliverable is to report the analysis of the use cases implemented in each LL and present the common approach that can be extrapolated to other environments.
The starting point to achieve this goal is the information already presented in the first deliverable of this work package (D3.1) concerning the assessment done to each local Living Lab’s methods and tools to be able to identify a common approach for implementing the pilot. Further work has been done in the assessment of each one of the local Living Labs in different features:
The purpose of this deliverable is to report the analysis of the use cases implemented in each LL and present the common approach that can be extrapolated to other environments.
The starting point to achieve this goal is the information already presented in the first deliverable of this work package (D3.1) concerning the assessment done to each local Living Lab’s methods and tools to be able to identify a common approach for implementing the pilot. Further work has been done in the assessment of each one of the local Living Labs in different features:

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Apollon
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Deliverable 3.2
DELIVERABLE
Project Acronym: APOLLONGrant Agreement number: 250516Project Title: Advanced Pilots of Living Labs Operating in Networks
D3.2: Use cases analysis and common Living Lab approach
Revision: final Authors:Maria João Benquerença (ISA
Intelligent Sensing Anywhere, S.A.)Nuno Martins (ISA
Intelligent Sensing Anywhere, S.A.) Andreia Melo Carreiro (ISA
Intelligent Sensing Anywhere, S.A.)Daan Velthausz (Amsterdam Innovation Motor)Lasse Sariola (Aalto)Francisco Gonçalves (Lisboa E-Nova)Marita Holst (CDT)
Project co-funded by the European Commission within the ICT Policy Support ProgrammeDissemination LevelP Public X
C Confidential, only for members of the consortium and the Commission Services
 
Apollon
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Deliverable 3.2
ICT PSP Project Reporting Template Final Version
 
Revision History
 
Revision Date Author Organisation Description
1 8 July2010MJB/NM ISA First draft, start of writing2 31 August 2010MJB/NM/AMC ISA First draft 3 27September2010MJB ISA Revision and inclusion of new content 4 25October2010MJB ISA Final Version5 30November2010MJB ISA Update
 
Statement of originality:
This deliverable contains original unpublished work except where clearlyindicated otherwise. Acknowledgement of previously published material and of the work of others has been made through appropriate citation, quotation or both.The information in this document is provided as is and no guarantee or warrantyis given that the information is fit for any particular purpose. The user thereof uses the information at its sole risk and liability.
 
Apollon
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Deliverable 3.2
ICT PSP Project Reporting Template Final Version
 
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