Successful Measures
 

Successful Measures Score

The average score by country is calculated as an average over all measures of a country. This average is calculated according to the score attributed to each of the following 12 criteria (5 max score, 1 minimum score):


Criteria Scores (from 5 to 1)
1) High impact / high number of applicants 5 or 4: high impact measure; 3: medium impact; 2 or 1: low impact
2) Cost efficiency for the implementer 5 = very cost-effective to 1= not cost-effective
3) Potential for market transformation and energy services 5 = very high potential to 1 = very low
4) Suitability to overcome barriers for energy efficiency 5 = very suitable to 1 = fully unsuitable.
5) Ease and stability of re-financing financial measures 5 = very high stability to 1 = very low stability
6) Persistency of the savings induced by the measure 5 = very persistent / long-lasting to 1 = very low
7) Transferability between countries 5 = very suitable to 1 = fully unsuitable
8) Link to other measures / policy packages 5 = very high degree of interaction to 1 = no interaction
9) Level of experience with the measure 5 = very much experience to 1 = no experience
10) Avoidance of negative side-effects 5 = very high to 1 = very low
11) Positive side-effects 5 = very high to 1 = very low
12) Ease of acceptance by relevant stakeholders 5 = very high degree of acceptance to 1 = very low