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This is a training module developed in the European project SESEC. More information and the full training can be found here: www.sesec-training.eu …

This is a training module developed in the European project SESEC. More information and the full training can be found here: www.sesec-training.eu
The SESEC project is designed to address the energy efficiency needs of the EU clothing industry. The Consortium relies on outstanding competences of the partners, spread over 6 countries (Bulgaria, Romania, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Belgium) to provide the missing energy efficiency benchmarks and ready-to-use solutions for the large number of SMEs as well as larger companies. The SESEC project has 4 major objectives:
• To develop, test and offer an Energy Efficiency tool for clothing production, made up of guidelines and web-based applications, suitable for SMEs and large companies
• To transfer the project results to the sector, EURATEX members and interested companies
• To offer training and support to companies to implement energy-saving measures considering cost-effectiveness
• To improve opportunities for energy-efficiency for the whole European clothing industry

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  • 1. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 1SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 2. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 2 Overview  Project Overview  Initial Situation / Motivation  Project Goals  Approach /Method  Results  Implementation / Benefit SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 3. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 3 Facts Partners 9 Partners from 6 countries Duration 27/03/2012 – 26/09/2014 Programme CIP, Intelligent Energy – Europe Project Reference Number IEE/11/827/SI2.614931 Coordinator EURATEX, Mauro Scalia SESEC is part of the Energy Made-to-Measure campaign SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 4. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 4SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit Energy Made-to-Measure is an information campaign pursuing Energy-Efficiency in Textile & Clothing companies. It provides news, tools and high quality information to enable companies to take action. more on www.euratex.eu
  • 5. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 5 The SESEC Partners SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit LATIA associated partner since 2014
  • 6. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 6SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 7. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 7 Competitiveness • Textile and clothing sector faces fierce competition from low-costs manufacturing countries • Efficiency and competitiveness in textile and clothing manufacturing must take into account the current and future energy challenges • Energy consumption is high and therefore energy costs have a significant impact on competitiveness of companies SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 8. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 8 Developments • Energy Price Development in Europe SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit Development Fossil Fuel Import Prices (left) and Electricity Prices (right) [1]
  • 9. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 9 Deficites • Lack of reliable information and sound data on energy saving opportunities • Lack of guidance to exploit energy saving opportunities • High implementation cost of energy saving systems • Long period for a complete return of investments, knowing that the European clothing industry suffers from heavy pressure from Asian and African competitors SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 10. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 10 Low Progress • Very often old machinery with poor energy efficiency is in use • Development of energy efficient machinery was less important • In the past labour costs were more important than energy costs in production resulting in few organisational approaches considering energy aspects SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 11. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 11SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 12. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 12SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit SESEC goal is to improve the Energy Efficiency in clothing industry, with special attention to small and medium enterprises
  • 13. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 13 Improve Energy Efficiency • Develop, test and offer an Energy Efficiency Scheme (ESS) for companies, particularly SMEs, of the European clothing industry. • Extend the project impact beyond the companies and countries by transferring information and best practices • Reduce quantity of energy consumed during the production process • Avoid unnecessary consumption of energy • Recover energy from the production process and reuse it • Generate alternative energy sources (solar energy, wind turbines, …) SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 14. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 14 Additional Goals • Provide content with sound information and benchmark data to the relevant European stakeholders • Mobilise the wider European business community towards Energy Saving opportunities • Create both meeting and training opportunities in Europe to exploit Energy Saving opportunities SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 15. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 15SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 16. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 16SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit SESEC develops tools for Energy Efficiency and supports the tools use across Europe.
  • 17. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 17 ESS Methodology - Plan • Perform Energy Audits to identify energy consumption (in 2013 only) • Develop and use an Energy Saving Scheme (ESS) based on a working method and softwares tools to identify measures for energy saving • Companies autonomously implement the measures of their interest SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 18. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 18 SESEC's ESS Production Manager Top Management Technical/Maintenance Manager Commitment to energy management Production data, shifts and work hours Machinery technical data and work load ESS Methodology - Management SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 19. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 19 ESS Methodology - Do • Create Action Plan • Define reduction objectives • Define priorities • Define responsibilities • Define implementation schedule • Realise measures SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 20. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 20 ESS Methodology - Check • Realise energy monitoring • Collect data for a certain period • Calculate SESEC energy indicators (Specific Energy Consumption, Carbonic Intensity) • Compare result with defined reduction objectives SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 21. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 21 ESS Methodology - Act • Evaluation of implemented measures • Application of corrective measures • Continuous search for more measures to implement and additional saving potential SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 22. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 22SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 23. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 23 The SESEC Results SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 24. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 24 First Tool: EDST SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 25. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 25 Second tool: EMBT SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 26. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 26 Third tool: SAT SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 27. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 27 Third tool: SAT SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 28. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 28 Training Modules SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 29. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 29 List of Training Modules Module 1: Supply contracts and shifting Module 2: Utilization and Production Machines Module 3: Compressed Air Module 4: Steam/Heat production Module 5: Renewable Energy and co-generation Module 6: Lighting Module 7: HVAC I (Heating) Module 8: HVAC II (Ventilation and Air Conditioning) Module 9: Vacuum / Cleaning Module 10: Measurement and verification methodology Module 11: Overall SESEC approach Module 12: EDST (Energy Distribution Support Tool) Module 13: EMBT (Energy Management and Benchmark Tool) Module 14: SAT (Self Assessment Tool) SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 30. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 30 Structure of the Modules 1-10 Modules 1-10 (‚technical‘ modules) Introduction: A short entry into the topic by showing different interesting aspects. Theory: Highlighting the theoretical background without going too much into detail. Exercises: Repetition of the learning content of the theoretical part and ask for answering (mostly closed) questions. Business Case: Exemplification with a business case, usually coming from a different industry highlighting the problem, solutions/measures and the energy saving potential. Summary: A repetition of the overall topic in a nutshell is provided here. SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 31. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 31 Structure of the Modules 11-14 Modules 11 (project modul) Motivation: Presentation of project SESEC’s intentions. Goals: Description the main goals of the project. Approach: Indication of the procedure and SESEC’s concept. Results: Showing the most interesting results achieved during the project lifetime. Benefit: Highlighting the benefits for the user group and overall industrial sector in Europe. Modules 12-14 (tools modules) Aim and Description: Giving an idea of the background and goals of the particular tool. Functions: Description of important functionalities of each tool Application: Showing how to apply and to use the particular tool Results: Giving an impression of the most important and relevant results of each tool. SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 32. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 32 Training Events Goals: To Present the SESEC results, notably the Energy Saving Scheme, to companies Help companies to fully understand and use the results Benefits for the companies technical personnel trained on how to use the tools, company management informed on the best options for the company. SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 33. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 33 Events Calendar SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 34. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 34 SESEC training-Platform Contents: Home / Start page Training Modules (in different languages) SESEC Tools (to be downloaded) SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit http://www.sesec-training.eu/content/home
  • 35. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 35SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 36. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 36 Outcomes by 2014 Changing behaviour and development of skills: Companies enabled to use their Energy Saving Potential Companies enabled to implement Energy Efficiency Reduced Energy Consumption in at least 50 companies SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 37. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 37 Examples  The Italian company CANALI spa has been able to identify opportunities to optimize its thermal and electric consumption.  In Bulgaria, thanks to SESEC, the producer Kris Fashion has identified a potential saving of 10-15% in its annual energy consumption.  The Romanian company SC Datsa Textil SRL has identified a series of actions which have already saved an average of 20% of the electricity costs.  The Portuguese company DAMEL identified savings in lighting, variable speed in production machine and insulation for up to 5% of their electricity consumption and for up to 3% in the consumption of thermal energy. SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 38. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 38 Outcome (beyond 2014) To stimulate permanent control of the Energy Efficiency in the sector, also by engaging small and medium entrprises in Energy Efficiency measures. Consideration of the SESEC results by universities and schools to motivate the new generations of clothing specialists on Energy Efficiency. Better engagement of machine producers on redcution of energy consumption. SESEC - Motivation - Goals - Approach - Results - Benefit
  • 39. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 39 Questions ? sesec@euratex.eu EURATEX phone +32.2.285.48.81 News? The Energy Made-to Measure group
  • 40. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 40 Pictures references  Slide 2 – reflex477: Overview over Paris from Sacré-Cœur – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/35164559@N04/4223238879/sizes/m/in/photostream/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 6 – John Jewell: Motivation – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shstrng/7201546098/in/photolist-bYnNKU-fsnmn9-79hkKz-ce5xm7- 7AhD2S-8SBDYq-79hhKK-9MqgJA-g3M7nF-hXW6Ag-9JhUog-atnpd-54JcWq-9z1HnL-aFjYoW-5sBzwC-79hkNV-8K7ENQ-dsNAgy-ebWqP- 9KSKyN-9DfZi5-amC62o-4NpVog-8SBAGR-9e6VpN-pwxpU-KUD7o-3Fc4Me-aiogiU-gACsY-6P3gdg-5HPcQJ-357wU-bCBkLK-bTzVvB-8rccL- 4NYD3L-8SBxnX-bMBbo2-6vfNEf-97cdMU-aFgaxR-7wveCc-mJcKg-aFgauR-88f39H-2CBYJ-de2U5y-ihnDm5-hiyZAF/lightbox/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 7 – BTO – Buy Tourism Online: Dopo il viaggio low cost il viaggio 'no cost'? BTO 2010 – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/btouniversity/5273326660/sizes/m/in/photolist-92Zbib-92ZbFh-92W49k-92W5vD-8TCH2M-8MhF5F-bu8PAK- 92W44i-92ZanQ-92W3S4-92W5Dr-92ZdiS-9udYUK-9udYT6-9uh1uG-9udYW8-9udYXP-e3peeb-7np8DL-9wVZ1T-cf8YkA-6crL4V-9pbQDU-9p8MzK- 6B5mK9-dpEP63-dRGKZu-8nZQzG-5LFyi-3VReW6-3VVxV3-fjZg19-fjK8Pp-fjZiUs-fjKbnc-8MkKvo-fjX8S5-fjJA1T-fjX6QE-fjH1ra-fjYMwb-fjYJc9-fjGXNi- fjJBhg-fk1cim-fk6Mfj-fk6LkY-cwJGbf-fjNZV2-fk46yf-fjNSbV/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 8 [1] pictures and data source EU ENERGY, TRANSPORT AND GAS EMISSIONS TRENDS TO 2050 REFERENCE SCENARIO 2013 pubblication of the Eruopean Commission, page 17 . http://ec.europa.eu/energy/observatory/trends_2030/doc/trends_to_2050_update_2013.pdf#page=6&zoom=auto,-12,842  Slide 9 – Paul Keller: energy saving lightbulbs (1) – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulk/353225206/sizes/m/in/photolist-xdnxL-7tGtwz- eAk4ZL-4w1tg9-ddFP6g-ddFDGZ-8RKPr4-8RKNK6-FeioZ-6CWMPF-dAhuoj-8ZjSgP-fL1r2b-Fvtds-awYcB5-5migh-5KGHHK-5G5Pwi-5KKLUG- 5KKMFj-8MS12Z-7nPdHc-5gXTH8-6JuDEC-8NwqXW-7fJ53q-96iXx7-96fW3k-7iY4Un-6GoTxU-54zC9L-Fk8My-jbJxRT-jbJxJP-jbNS23-dTG86N-dTArSZ- dTArKZ-5W9DrT-8FJQVF-63amRa-fxWKBH-eojC3W-eojCyE-enJVs8-eojCib-4hBb7q-2wXocK-jYAUQp-jYyETn-jYzHov/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 10 – Anita Hart: Under construction – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/anitakhart/4626206362/sizes/m/in/photolist-83NvYE-6aXpzG-8eWXQM-aznsug-8e99sN-cvGTJo-48HgPu-bjv1i-5oLfap-7Mhxg8-dV9R7P- dVfwim-dVfxoG-4hrwgA-3YaMUb-4wsDz8-87sJQh-87sJL1-87py16-gwPVkN-gvhPRR-gwPQEW-gwwXpw-gvhkts-gwQJ8p-gwQLLF-gwQxvA-3Y6vdt-gvhNPR-aD4pom-gwQm22-gvip6K-gy8Ugb-gviaSU-gvhR7X-gwxv56- deXW41-gwwYzY-gwYzgR-gy9pgM-gvik9j-gwPPeE-4XEX2G-gy9ZaX-67Kp3F-cmCxas-gy9W2x-gwQMpp-cTsNYu-cTsuqj-cTsyFj/ License: CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 14 – Cliff: Target by Jasper Jones – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nostri-imago/3137422976/sizes/m/in/photolist-5Mf7xA-kcfJzP-kchDkq-kcfohV-kzbcY4-kzdks7-9mPiuV-kzn7Yx-kznszz-5fU6jg-9hUsoJ-kzbbqK- AANd-cxPqK5-fJxMe9-fzhHXk-bhcKwD-fzhGXV-d8UGtS-fJxNb1-fJge3Z-crgeZq-dBChAN-bJsrfc-fJgf7g-bQHuez-bEcczK-cxPrnf-c9LAfY-d8UHg7-bTWARX-bQHtWV-crgfqy-bQHunV-bkvYX1-bvxEeh-dBbJ5C-fzhHHg- fJxNhA-fzhHvc-bhQsB4-d8UJbj-brhgBL-bQHu6R-fzhHi8-dBbKCs-dyu3pu-eeZ2WB-fzyrXo-fzys7Q-fzysmy/ License: CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/legalcode) s
  • 41. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 41 Pictures references Slide 22 – U.S. Army Corps of engineers: USACE, Sembach develop net-zero energy master plan – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/usacehq/6511627729/sizes/m/in/photolist-aVpN4B-8UfzYF-cBUEjh-eR8TNX-eR8Ua6-eR8Va8-eR8UM2-eRkhaY- eR8U7n-eRkhxW-eRkit7-eR8UgD-am2TBu-8VkYiH-smDnB-5JT6vp-cVwyBu-5w7MDn-5w7YgT-5w7MGZ-5w7YkD-5w7YqF-5w7YuB-cVwyrs- eRke5u-eRkhMj-eRkgy7-eR8Rhi-eR8SFM-eR8UxV-eR8MEg-eR8TaT-eR8TsZ-eR8UUX-eR8RG8-eRkc8Y-eRkdhW-eR8Psv-eR8Uuk-eR8Mgc-eR8UBX- eR8TBv-eRkgbq-eRkeKQ-8Vp1Wb-cVwyPU-5w7MAX-5wc8D3-eR8RWP-eR8TFP-eR8Qm8/ / License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 23 – Jeremy Keith: Calculations – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/adactio/2888172883/sizes/m/in/photolist-5pdDbc-9Zhp3v-9Zhp3i- 9Zhp3p-A3LSa-7hWEnu-adTRaA-6TAiN1-aFyyZ8-bvXJfN-6inb4B-jj4bL4-KfpRy-42nPft-6XhLbh-gRs776-eZQG4R-6msUg1-dZDCcb-9Q3u5m- 6pJEC6-65SsbR-7NBVEb-XSpYG-dYZzba-7ncHwg-7ngBGw-d9qHbL-9QDty8-8Ykfxm-5VDvCM-7WRvr7-dMScsp-4RWRqh-4RWRo3-ozpsW- agLGTC-4rAMee-895YF8-dCjb6i-mSbzJ-7fqPNp-7ZZD7e-5pdBF2-7FCj1G-BCcvh-5YdGZB-fGMzCS-bJuKh-9vRNZ3-fHsK3x/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 26 – Jeaffry Beall: Search! – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/denverjeffrey/2561885967/sizes/m/in/photolist-4UokrH-6HkZ5i-8HTQJ8- ft4SZz-ft4kSz-ft4NBV-ft4m2Z-ftj1J3-ftiMuL-ftj4cq-ft4tMz-ftiYf7-ft4NEv-ftiYou-ft4T36-ft4tPv-ft4tA6-ftiYr7-ftiMpS-ft4tSr-ftj1z1-ft4kWx-ftiMAQ-ft4kZB- ftiYkQ-ft4kQk-ftj3Xf-ft4ifF-ftj4aN-ft4idH-ftiMyd-ft4SWz-ft4tFM-ft4NGH-ftiMsh-ftj1LW-ft4ikk-ftiYid-ft4tJV-ftj1Bs-ftj47S-8Qyd1T-bETP1X-brYWDA- 9RuP1k-dWFCY5-9v31YY-5AbKww-2E5yrt-ftiYcj-ft4STr/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 31 – U.S.Army RDCOM: HENAAC-Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Conference – URIhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/34402227@N03/8113559995/in/photolist-dmY7Hr-dnszVq-dnszR5-dkEVNu-dnsAiE-dnswgv-dnswsk-dnsxbe- dnswjV-dnsAV7-dmYbgN-dnsxiZ-dnszYW-dmY7Sc-dmY9LG-dnsAbu-dmY9H7-dmYckm-dkEX9Y-j4Je2D-eLWJLZ-eM98o1-eM98vJ-eLWJx6- eM9Ne3-dSRJdG-ej4t2T-ejacP3-ej4t5e-ej4sMF-ejacV3-ejacSE-ej4sZk-ejacK5-ejacWU-ejacHU-ejad3q-ejacG5-96oWoY-75kLRT-7gGmPy- 7gCqsp-7gGmGb-7gCpVe-79B2xb-7gGmqh-7gCqvT-79xa1t-7gCq9x-75kLcg-7gGmLb/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 30 – NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: WALL•E DLN Training 4 – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nasa_goddard/6550026839/sizes/m/in/photolist-aYNAMe-aYNANK-bWc7Zf-bWc8nS-bWc8uE-bWc8DN-bWc7J5-bWc91S- bWc8g9-bWc8P5-bWc89w-bWc7Rq-7T2RDc-7T2RJB-hJwniN-9zKGAo-9zGFba-aKkHH-aKjcz-4QYVSA-6aR15M-bAYswR-9iw5zv-9izcwG-dA3JXs-dzXfTv-dzXfRc- dzXg9g-dzXfKr-dA3JLL-daoAmn-7nWjXc-daoBsU-daoBqp-daoAMP-daoAud-daoB4N-daoBce-daoyjX-daoBjK-daoA4A-daozRm-daoCQS-daoBAj-daoCYN- daozTa-daoAid-daoCdZ-daoAZy-daoyqF-dA3nWq/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 33 and 34 – Procsilas Moscas: structures (untitled I) – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/procsilas/11303274/sizes/m/in/photolist-ZW53-duyzdn-cwjihu- dGz2M1-5t7BSJ-4c9EEF-8kkG59-cuGCeG-4KKtpJ-NwxQP-bvfcfw-5KVqAB-hqB55-gVfTrM-ok6bz-8LtToW-7JyUr3-7JuYXP-7JuYWg-7JyUyG-5ExBDi-7fa5X9- 6wfCER-8n9aPM-bVoQvq-871iWd-9LTwic-9LTwd8-8kkG69-4rgB4A-mCg3W-87x8ZW-ekarjY-8XQvoM-9LWiTN-7mCswR-6cz8dU-a7Npaj-8LqPpP-8LqPNc-jUd4- 5RQUbY-jFj9bQ-8kkG7h-rUnKe-73AZ4i-4ren8b-7joFjp-7joFeF-7jsyFQ-ZW54/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 35 – eveosblog.de: Event Rent auf der Best of Events 2011 – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/eveos/5372614412/sizes/m/in/photolist-9bL45Y- kckc3D-aER8AX-kGpGAe-8J1bgY-iVKnSv-kcjX2z-2hBtdR-aCe4nG-6PJpds-fiRdb8-hkHZMq-8e6mP3-8e35Sk-9E4D4m-9E4fXj-9E4guC-9E1nfp-9E1nyg-9E4geo- 9E1o6D-9E1o8p-9E1ntr-9E1ncR-9E4gSd-9E1o54-9E4gVU-9E4fQo-ezdnTW-ezabxv-ezdnmA-cCyZMy-b2vGD6-5r9tRt-fiR92B-fiRetD-fj6onE-9ApZrK-9ApZbg- 9AsVjQ-9E29T8-9E54hu-9E29ua-9E4UtW-54fHDr-5JY8Kz-4rdLqJ-9VprSq-9VmBqi-by9eag-5kiTmq/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)
  • 42. Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union 42  Slide 39 – SteFou!: Climbing to the Top – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephen-oung/5360392190/sizes/m/in/photolist-9aFpR1-k2yCd- 9wDDzS-5qr6ur-jhxC2-c2Dk9m-8vF3y4-btvWXa-dbFgPD-6jNswf-8K6WnN-5Fm8Na-5SWGta-oMtw3-8iX1rr-56SzAD-8vc6Jn-4W9z3N-6P4zMr- fFHppn-gkQo8m-hCZGZ-rVh4U-bjt2QH-8KnwhS-4A7cw1-fu3dsd-cnbypd-fadjC8-c2Ew2m-c2E8mw-c2DoJW-xGHou-g7Cnne-9YNCY- aLVnwp-4gJL28-4gNQhh-9QcGX-5bDxGD-aqPtpN-5pWEQs-3rxk9-e28Q1H-6xBvLW-7UXkMT-oHdqn-oHdp7-6BKHrC-dVB4bp-5qw8K4/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http ://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode)  Slide 39 – sources public website of the quoted companies  Slide 41 – PSNH: Holding the future of energy? – URI: http://www.flickr.com/photos/psnh/3326606986/sizes/m/in/photolist-64XJmS-6PAZSi- 9x2DSE-aCDEjN-sMjSQ-aCrkYk-aCu2XA-aCrjnH-aCtjmd-aCr73p-f2s4QZ-8dxxQg-jzucA3-jzr2FP-jzr2gk-jztcnC-6c6bKL-6c23rK-6c23wg-6c6by1- eVfzRT-eVrXvj-eVrXzo-eVfzCX-eVrXGE-eVfzz6-9eR4jk-64uPsd-64uPhG-a4U2FX-a4U2G8-9eR4n8-71WmDW-6jwfRM-FQ2tY-9XGy8F-31rwmL- FQ5F2-FQ25E-FQ64i-FQ1Z3-FQ2q5-FQ2xQ-dn9JxT-6c6bBW-6c6bvU-6c23ua-6c6bJm-6c6buy-6c23o4-eVfzPc/ License: CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode) Pictures references

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