D3.1 High-level description of use cases and business models
This deliverable contains a common definition of use cases and business models and the characterization of the demo sites in CLUE.
D3.2 Local Energy Community architecture description
This deliverable addresses the areas of developing a reference ICT architecture and understanding the roles of stakeholders within LECs.
D3.3 Requirements for tools for Local Energy Communities
This deliverable describes and characterises different digital tools that are needed for the development of Local Energy Communities.
D4.1 Austrian proof-of-concept description
This deliverable presents all the activities and results performed in the CLUE Austria call.
D5.1 Swedish proof-of-concept description
This deliverable contains description of demonstration sites, national use cases, business models, simulation models, proof-of-concept setup and validation results for the Swedish Cell.
D6.1 German proof-of-concept description
This deliverable describes the procedure as well as the results from the German Cell of the CLUE project, where solutions for Local Energy Communities at the demo site Shamrockpark have been investigated.
D7.1 Scottish proof-of-concept description
This deliverable summarises the development of concept for a Local Energy Community in the chosen area of Levenmouth, which is in the Scottish county of Fife.
D8.1 Validation results of Local Energy Community solutions
This deliverable summarizes the validation results of the developed tools and lessons learnt during the demonstrations.
D8.2 The scalability and replicability analysis of Local Energy Community solutions
This deliverable assesses the scalability and replicability potential of proposed Local Energy Community solutions on the national level and demonstrates the potential for future LECs.
D8.3 Final recommendations regarding technical, organisational, regulatory aspects for future Energy Communities
This deliverable provides an overview of technical, organisational and regulatory aspects when it comes to energy communities across all four countries involved in the project.