SEEV4-City approach to KPI methodology: SEEV4-city methodology approach to the three Key Performance Indicators

Jorden van der Hoogt, Esther van Bergen, Jos Warmerdam, Richard Kotter, Ghanim Putrus, Edward Bentley, Xuewu Dai, Yue Wang, Ridoy Das, Bert Herteleer, Chris Rimmer

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The methodology should be a uniform approach that also is flexible enough to accommodate all combinations that make up the different solutions in 6 OPs. For KPIs A and B this required the use of sub-KPIs to differentiate the effects of each (individual and combination of) implemented solutions and prevent double counting of results. This approach also helped to ensure that all 6 OPs use a common way and scope to calculate the various results. Consequently, this allowed the project to capture the results per OP and the total project in one ‘measurement results’ template. The template is used in both the individual OP reports and the ‘KPI Results: Baseline & Final results’ report where all results are accumulated; each instance providing a clear overview of what is achieved. This report outlines the details of the methodology used and applied. It is not just meant to provide a clarification of the results of the project, but is also meant to allow others who are embarking on adopting similar solutions for the purpose of CO2 reduction, becoming more energy autonomous or avoid grid stress or investments to learn about and possibly use the same methodology.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInterreg, North Sea Region
Number of pages37
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2020

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