Implementation of on-bill schemes in the EU: RenOnBill proposes different business models in its new publications
The RenOnBill project’s overall objective is to scale up investments towards residential building energy renovations by promoting the development and implementation of on-bill schemes based on the cooperation between energy utilities and financial institutions. With this report, RenOnBill aims to accompany the utility from the very beginning of the process, studying the national and local framework conditions and carrying out an examination of its strategical preferences that will help to assess the feasibility of launching on-bill offers.
In order to reflect on the advantages and disadvantages of each subtype of on-bill scheme, the RenOnBill consortium analysed four business models for on-bill services, based on criteria and factors that were validated thanks to stakeholders’ consultations in Italy, Germany, Lithuania and Spain. The analysis follows the Value Flow Model developed by the Eindhoven University of Technology that supports the better understanding of the complex combination of agents, their motivations and the interactions involved in the offer of on-bill services.
Additionally, RenOnBill also publishes a series of interactive factsheets that shine a light on the standard on-bill financing (OBF) scheme, the On-Bill Repayment (OBR) model, the On-Bill Repayment via a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) and the On-Bill Repayment operated through a “Master Servicer”.
Find the factsheets in English, Spanish, German, Italian and Lithuanian at this link
Find the report at this link