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TIP matrix for cost model “No subsidies”

This document illustrates a practical example on the use of the Technology Introduction Process (TIP) tool for the cost model ""No Subsidies" in the form of a table with a list of tasks. This cost model is also known as "market based approach" and used e.g. for self supply.

For this example the set up was chosen as follows:
A water supply technology, e.g. a household water filter is supplied to users by the private sector. The users cover all investment costs (CapEx) and also the costs for minor and major repairs (OpEx and CapManEx respectively). Some "software" support is provided from an investor, government and NGO for promotion and social marketing.

The example list of tasks is provided to show how a division of tasks could be organised following a market based approach. However for each specific case the division of tasks needs to be verified and customised to the specific context.

TitleTIP matrix for cost model “No subsidies”
Publication TypeTool
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsOlschewski, A
Pagination9 p.
Date Published11/2013
PublisherSkat Foundation and IRC
Place PublishedSt. Gallen, Switzerland
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This document illustrates a practical example on the use of the Technology Introduction Process (TIP) tool for the cost model ""No Subsidies" in the form of a table with a list of tasks. This cost model is also known as "market based approach" and used e.g. for self supply.

For this example the set up was chosen as follows:
A water supply technology, e.g. a household water filter is supplied to users by the private sector. The users cover all investment costs (CapEx) and also the costs for minor and major repairs (OpEx and CapManEx respectively). Some "software" support is provided from an investor, government and NGO for promotion and social marketing.

The example list of tasks is provided to show how a division of tasks could be organised following a market based approach. However for each specific case the division of tasks needs to be verified and customised to the specific context.

URLhttps://www.rural-water-supply.net/en/resources/details/542
Citation Key86352

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