A business collaboration model (BCM) is an alliance between two or more organizations, which establishes some type of formula to share technological, commercial or financial resources with the aim to obtain competitive or operational advantages.
Depending on the economic and financial conditions of each country, the renewable energy support policies, etc., the best business collaboration models will be different. The business collaboration models (BCM) designed will respond to the needs of the target group identified in each country.
For example, if the project financing is detected as one of the main barriers, financial entities, or biogas plant providers keen to participate as capitalist partners will be included in the business collaboration models.
If the critical point is the availability of co-substrates, the co-substrates providers will be considered as well as part of the model.
If the authorisation/permits procedures are identified as limitant, specific information on that will be take into account.
Handbook: small-scale business collaboration models
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