Using appropriate methods and tools throughout the innovation process is essential to maximise resources and ensure success towards a sustainable energy transition. In the Lantern Project, interventions in the energy field will be developed through applying the Living Lab Integrative Process (LLIP) (Mastelic, 2019) using a range of participative, analytical, open innovation methods and tools. A review of these methods and tools using an adapted version of the Delphi method, to obtain consensus, will be undertaken. Insights from transitions labs, Reallabore and Living labs outside Lantern will be sought to build consensus on the methods and tools proposed. The research is expected to help identify differences in methodological approaches between researchers and practitioners, gain consensus on, and identify tensions as well as new approaches, methods and tools in the Swiss and EU research and practice communities.