H2020 HERON

An innovative way of incorporating end-users behaviour in energy efficiency policy making.   Tuesday 14 November 2017, 10:00 a.m. Brussels time (CET)   We know that incorporating actual end-users behavioural barriers into energy modeling is difficult – but did you know that this problem has been addressed and solved by the HERON project?    The webinar addressed stakeholders who:
Post date: 18 Dec 2017
Type: News

  An innovative way of incorporating end-users behaviour in energy efficiency policy making.   Tuesday 14 November 2017, 10:00 a.m. Brussels time (CET)   We know that incorporating actual end-users behavioural barriers into energy modeling is difficult – but did you know that this problem has been addressed and solved by the HERON project?    The webinar addressed stakeholders who:
Post date: 18 Dec 2017
Type: News

An innovative way of incorporating end-users behaviour in energy efficiency policy making.   Tuesday 14 November 2017, 10:00 a.m. Brussels time (CET)   We know that incorporating actual end-users behavioural barriers into energy modeling is difficult – but did you know that this problem has been addressed and solved by the HERON project?   
Post date: 1 Nov 2017
Type: Event

Forward-looking socio-economic research on Energy Efficiency in EU countries     HERON, a Horizon 2020 project, aims at facilitating policy makers of multi-level governance in EU to develop and monitor energy efficiency policies in building and transport sectors, through forward-looking socio-economic research in seven EU and one candidate countries.   The project's objectives are:  
Post date: 7 Aug 2017
Type: Link

The HERON project released its first special edition titled "Energy Efficiency Barriers in Buildings and Transport - 8 national cases".
Post date: 6 Feb 2017
Type: Publication

An innovative, friendly to the end user, software developed by KEPA in the frame of the HERON project (H2020, Grant AgreemENT. No. 649690) facilitates policy makers and market stakeholders in their energy efficiency policy making for buildings and transport.   For the first time, an innovative Decision Support Tool (DST) incorporates non-economic and non-market elements (social, educational and cultural) into energy efficiency scenario analysis.   
Post date: 1 Feb 2017
Type: Tool