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D6.5: First year report on stakeholder engagement and capacity building activities
This report carried out a review of the engagement and capacity building activities during the first year of the project. Its main task is to identify the needs of the stakeholders, to be considered during the development of a user-centred platform that facilitates large-scale building renovation in EU.
Detailed information, surveys and screenshots from the events are presented in Appendixes.
D6.3: Training material package for using EN-TRACK by financial institutions and investors (interim report)
The objective of this report is to create and provide the basis for the training material aimed at financial institutions using the EN-TRACK platform. This report can act as a direct manual for financial institutions in guiding them through the platform functionalities and outputs.
The report further describes why EN-TRACK is the only platform allowing all these services in one platform and how EN-TRACK stands out from the rest when it comes to the credibility of data, the access to real data.
D6.1: Training material package for using EN-TRACK by building owners and contractors (interim report)
The objective of this report is to create and provide the basis for the training material aimed at building owners and operators (BO) using the EN-TRACK platform.
- The report summarises the main benefits for BO, guiding them through the platform functionalities and outputs and describing how they can benefit from them.
D1.1: EN-TRACK overall requirements and data model
This report describes the requirements for input data and their organisation within the EN-TRACK platform. This will help the consortium to develop the software to provide a comprehensive overview of Building Performance and Energy Efficiency Investment across the EU.
D8.1: Data Management Plan
This deliverable presents the first version of the EN-TRACK Data Management Plan. The Data Management Plan clarifies the handling of research data during and after the project. It includes data that will be collected, processed or generated during the project, methodology and standards that will be applied, whether data will be shared and how data will be curated and preserved, taking into account all data-related aspects of the project. The Data Management Plan is a living document and will be updated at the end of the project.