[21.07.23] Report – Replication Plan on the possible ways of upscaling best practices
The aim of ENPOR is to deepen the understanding of energy poverty policies for the private rented sector (PRS) and support the adaptation and implementation of 10 policies and measures in 7 Member States tailored to the specific needs of the PRS. To achieve this, the method chosen by ENPOR was a participatory approach called co-codesign, that foresees the active collaboration of a selected group of stakeholders, representing the most appropriate actors to help reshape the selected policies.
The co-design model developed by ENPOR has been successful in deepening the understanding of the issues and possible solutions related to energy poverty in the PRS in the different countries and in helping to reshape the policies.
This report presents ENPOR’s replication plan, designed to provide guidelines on how to effectively implement the co-design approach, starting from the analysis and mapping of stakeholders to the engagement of the various stakeholders, including tenants and landlords.
The replication plan also outlines the most useful tools adopted to carry on the co-creation process and provides the monitoring framework to assess the short and long terms impacts of the actions implemented.
Finally, it provides suggestions on how to upscale the co-design of new measures aimed at energy poor households in the PRS to both increase the participation of energy poor tenants in the decision-making process and to be able to reach them more effectively.