The HOOP Project Maturity Level (PML) is a standard guidance and ranking tool that evaluates the maturity level of the projects in accordance to several criteria to accomplish and reach, in order to improve their maturity and bankability to mobilise green financing and funding for its realisation.
The BioGrace-II tool is an Excel-based tool for the calculation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for electricity, heat and cooling from biomass. It is developed from a European Union policy perspective. The tool is developed for companies that want to demonstrate compliance to RED-II sustainability criteria, for auditors who verify claims made by companies, and for anyone else making bio-energy GHG emission calculations for instance for scientific purposes.
Learn how to change your business model to circular and secure your financial future.
Is the business model sustainable economically? The Circular Economy requires new paradigms of doing business but once old patterns are overcome, new opportunities for prosperous business models that are beneficial for all are manifold. Use them!
Material Circularity Indicators (MCI) is an assessment tool for companies to improve product design and material procurement. It enables users to analyse and evaluate a range of environmental, regulatory, and supply chain risks for their designs and products.
The Enabling Coaching Activities, available through an online simple questionnaire provided via the website, will support biomass producers or the BBP industry for the uptake of emerging best practices and help the applicants figure out more details about the bio-economy and its component. The applicant can ask about biomass, bio-based products, innovation & technologies, scientific papers, EU and national laws, and much more.
Circular business models, Circular strategies, Incentives, Legislation, Valorisation technologies
This tool is both a simple self-assessment and benchmarking tool for cities, and a source of information and advice for anyone wanting to learn more about how we can make cities greener and more sustainable. This tool is all about city governance and the approach taken to sustainable urban planning – it is not about quantitative indicators of sustainability, although it will guide you to the best places to find such information.
Starting tool for companies interested in circular economy thinking. It allows them to explore and identify the most suitable circular pathways for their products by answering just a few questions. Informed by best practices of other companies, the Circular Pathfinder guides the user towards circular pathways that have potential in their specific case. It explains why certain pathways, such as product remanufacturing, life extension or recycling are of interest, with examples.
Get a snapshot of the impact of your daily lifestyle. Compare how much water is used to make a variety of products so that you can choose to reduce your water footprint. For those that want to find out more, the green, blue and grey water footprint shows the source of water consumed and the volume of fresh water required for assimilation of pollutants.