REmix project aims to identify and elaborate existing and potential areas of
joint system delivery and lifecycle service business models that enable
delivering a cost efficient integrated single site energy production
facilities that exploit multiple renewable energy technologies.
Question: What are the drivers and business benefits when using a ”colocation
of multiple RE-technologies” -strategy model?
Renewable energy investments grow fast (private and public)
Competition gets tougher - demands new innovative offerings
Service innovations are generic over RE-technologies
Many technology level solutions can be replicated over renevable energy
industries system level deliveries - Related services replicate as well
Customer needs can be better met by providing a broad portfolio of products
and services as a total solution
Being environmentally friendly and having a smaller carbon footprint is not
just about technology but how to deliver total solutions
More efficient joint deliveries require less total resources, less total time
and are less expensive / more profitable per output
More sites become economically potential and feasible to the investors,
suppliers and customers
New service packages can be provided for colocation site. Services can be
jointly produced by the partners to create bew business.
Providers' collaboration and innovation networks and processes are the engine
that delivers value to the customer. Crossing technology and service borders
requires new models for cooperation not only in technology and service
development but also in business. These innovation models are being studied in
REmix to promote crossing both technology and interest group borders.
An important part of REmix are the real life cases. These cases have two roles:
Cases are studied to learn about customer needs and context.
Pilot calculations and concepts are made based on selected cases to support
interactive group work and learning.