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Business model

A key indicator for transformational change in a sector is the redirection of the flow of funds. In order to achieve this, consumer and/or investor decisions must be influenced towards a low-carbon pathway. The underlying assumption is that consumers/investors will change their commercial/financial decisions if it is economically beneficial for them and if it follows a potentially successful business model. The concept of the NAMA Support Project (NSP) needs to offer a (potentially) successful “business model” for consumers/investors including adequate financing mechanisms.

Beneficiaries

People in the country (and area), where the NAMA Support Project (NSP) is implemented that directly benefit from the NSP by using the services and goods that are provided by the NSP (“end-users”). This could be economic benefits, improvements in quality of life or improved capacities.

NAMA Facility

Technical Support Unit
Köthener Straße 2-3
D-10963 Berlin
Germany

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