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Our publications

Below is a selection of our latest publications reflecting our latest thinking and work on some of the most important market and business topics.

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OUR PUBLICATIONS

This section sheds light on the repository of results produced by LGI as a partner in several EU H2020 projects.

ENTRUST (Energy system transition through stakeholder activation, education and skills development)
Abstract: This task focused on the impact of the energy market on behavioural change, by reviewing market-driven approaches in supporting sustainable energy policies. D4.3 provides a quantitative analysis on the use of market-based instruments (MBIs) in six EU countries (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy and Spain) with specific attention on differences between their strategic orientations. It also highlights particularly successful uses of MBIs and identifies the best practises to be replicated in the future applications of similar instruments for various areas of application: energy efficiency in buildings, low-emission vehicles, energy production from renewable sources and greenhouse gas reduction.
Abstract: D2.3 comprises a mapping of the emerging business models in the energy system, as well as the clarification of its role, elements, sources of innovation, and main barriers that slow down the transition towards a more sustainable system. A specific classification of types of innovation and the ENTRUST framework tool are created, to examine emerging business models along the supply chain and understand how an organization creates and delivers value, makes money and visualises its structure. In addition, an analysis is conducted to identify which type of innovation is occurring in every sector and at what specific stage of the value chain.
RAGTIME (Risk based approaches for asset integrity multimodal transport infrastructure management)
These projects have received funding from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. Their content reflects only the author(s)’s views. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

Below is a selection of our latest publications reflecting our latest thinking and work on some of the most important market and business topics.

Water series

Transport series