Materials from PROSEU Webinar on "Prosumers in the EU Clean Energy Package and future national plans" on 18 September 2018

Webinar Agenda

Webinar presentations:

The EU Clean Energy Package (Winter Package), new national planning requirements and prosumers, Marta Toporek, ClientEarth

How can NECPs influence national policies on prosumers?, Dirk Vansintjan, RESCoop Europe

Prosumers – how to define objectives and trajectories?, Kristian Petrick, eco-union

How can prosumer initiatives be involved in the process of NECPs drafting?, Sebastian Bechtel, ClientEarth

Webinar recording:

Materials from PROSEU Webinar on "Understanding renewable energy prosumers" on 21 May 2019

Webinar Agenda

Webinar presentations:

Highlights from the PROSEU survey on collective Renewable Energy Prosumers in the EU, Lanka Horstink, University of Porto

Clean Energy Package: what are renewable and citizens energy communities, Josh Roberts, RESCoop Europe

Learning of City-zen’s Virtual Power Plant demonstration, Marjolein Bot & Martijn van Eerden, City-Zen Amsterdam Initiative

Klimakomune Saerbeck – People.Projects.Profit, Guido Wallraven, Klimakommune Sarebeck

Webinar recording:

Materials from Webinar on "The importance of National Energy and Climate Plans for the development of prosumer initiatives in the EU", co-organised with the Community Power Coalition on 11 June 2019

Webinar Agenda

Webinar presentations:

Introduction to NECPs for prosumers and energy communities, Marta Toporek, ClientEarth

Prosumers and energy communities in draft NECPs of nine PROSEU countries, Kristian Petrick, eco-union

Provisions related to energy communities in all NECPs, Josh Roberts, REScoop; Claire Gauthier, European University Viadrina

What now? - The NECP policy processes, Esther Bollendorff Friends of the Earth Europe/Community Power Coalition

Example of other analysis of draft NECPs, Veerle Dossche, CAN Europe

National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), prosumers, energy communities – A selection of available studies and assessments published in 2019

Webinar recording:

"Policy Principles for Prosumers – What final NECPs should contain regarding energy communities and the rights of energy citizens", 3 December 2019


Principles for Prosumer Policies, Kristian Petrick, eco-union

Indicative progress in preparing the final National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), Veerle Dossche, CAN Europe

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Materials from "Designing the future of prosumer business models"

Agenda & participant briefing

Background document

Presentation on Challenges of Prosumer business models - balancing the needs of communities and the energy system, Donal Brown, University of Leeds

Highlight #1: Prosumer business models in 2050, Jeffrey Hardy, Imperial College London

Highlight #2: Polling on fees and surcharges, Moritz Ehrtmann & Timon Becker, Leuphana University of Lüneburg

Highlight #3: Digitalisation, Lars Holstenkamp, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, with input from: Michael Merz, PONTON GmbH & Tina Hadler, Coneva GmbH

Highlight #4: Sector coupling, Iris Behr, IWU Institut für Wohnen und Umwelt GmbH

Highlight #5: Possibilities for impact: the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive II (RED II) in 2020, Kristian Petrick, Eco-union

Materials from "Prosumers for energy inclusiveness: leaving no-one behind"

Introduction, programme & closure by Jeremie Fosse, Eco-Union & Julia Wittmayer, DRIFT

Highlight #1: Harnessing the Power of the Crowd for the Energy Transition, Nuno Brito Jorge, Coopernico

Highlight #2: Practicing energy inclusiveness with invited pitches on inclusiveness challenges:

Highlight #3: Organising energy inclusiveness with pitches on:

Highlight #5: Possibilities for impact: the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive II (RED II) in 2020, Kristian Petrick, Eco-union