One aspect that is very often not considered a lot, is the question about the reporting of results from monitoring.
Ideally, reporting is easily understandable, considers the whole result chain (including indirect results and likely unintended results), and provides a short overview and ideas where and how to continue in a project.
Frequently, reporting contains actual reports (written documents) but might as well be done via presentations, application of excel forms etc.
The references provided here are examples that can be deemed as a starting point but they are not models! They rather present certain types of final and intermediate reporting.
| Key Words
| The document contains preliminary, sex-differentiated results from a consumer survey. Differentiation was meant to assess potential sex-differentiated expectations, attitudes, interests etc. that should be taken into account for the promotion of energy efficient lighting.
| The document provides templates to compare the results of the exchange of GLS for CFL in private households. The templates describe: status before-after exchange of bulbs; summary of total savings.
|| Form Results LightCheck.doc
| The presentation contains the results from lighting audits in a primary school and a municipal administration building in Kosovo. The presentation was held to decision-maker on national and municipal level.
| The report contains the results from the consumer survey in Kosovo that was implemented in the framework of a lighting campaign. The survey addressed households’ attitudes, knowledge and the effects of CFL distribution. The report incl. baseline and evaluation data.
Results Capacity assessment
| The document contains results of a brief survey to existing capacities of workshop participants and their organizations to the subject energy efficient lighting in public buildings. The questionnaire format is also included.