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Panel 1. Policy, Programs and Program Evaluation

Energy efficiency in buildings
Tony Birtles, Building Research Establishment, UK

Evaluation of DSM-Programmes
Evald Brønd, NESA A/S, Denmark

DSM in Eastern Europe: Key issues and recommendation
Todd D. Davis, SRC International

A least-cost planning strategy for the European Community
Anibal T. De Almeida, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Integrated resource planning: the role of competitive forces
Charles A. Goldman and Edward P. Kahn, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA

Improving energy efficiency in economies in transition: the Lithuanian case
Vidmantas Jankauskas, Lithuanian Energy Institute

Persistence and measure life: lessons from the next front in measurement and evaluation
John C. Jeppesen and Michael J. King, Synergic Resource Corporation International

Early roles for evaluation in new energy efficiency programes
Kenneth M. Keating and O. Michael Bull, Bonneville Power Administration
Kim Johnson Oswald, Oswald Energy Associates

The report towards energy efficiency in Moscow-city region
Oleg Koltoun, Moscow City Government

What is happening with the Swedish Technology Procurement Program?
Anders Lewald and Randall Bowie, NUTEK, Sweden

Consequences for tariffs and end-use after deregulation: Experiences from the Norwegian utility industry
Klaus Livik and Nicolai Feilberg, Norwegian Electric Power Research Institute (EFI)
Ståle E. Johansen, SRC International

Introduction of energy efficient technologies to the market through cooperation with suppliers of products and services
Elisabeth Hofgaard Lycke and Torfinn Jonassen, The Norwegian Water Resource and Energy Administration

Energy Conservation in England and Wales - what has happened following privatization of the electricity sector and the lessons that may be learned by the Nordic countries
Ragnar E. Löfstedt, University of Surrey, UK

Procurement and demonstration of lighting technologies for the efficient use of electricity
Allan Ottosen, Vattenfall AB, Sweden
Staffan Stillesjö, NUTEK, Sweden

Moving towards market transformation
H. Gil Peach, H. Gil Peach & Associates, USA
Ralph Prahl, Public Service Commision, State of Wisconsin, USA
Jeff Schlegel, Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation, USA
Rick Fleming, Ontario Hydro, Canada

The balance principle
Lasse Pedersen, Megaliten AB, Sweden
Randall Bowie, NUTEK, Sweden

Demand-side management data collection activities: The role of a national government
Diane Pirkey, US Department of Energy
Joseph H. Eto, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA

Motivation for industry to increase energy efficiency
Uffe Sønderhousen, Confederation of Danish Industries

The control problem in relation to electricity conservation
Mikael Togeby, AKF, Denmark

Global residential appliance standards
Isaac Turiel and Jim McMahon, Lawrence berkeley Laboratory, USA
Benoit Lebot, Ademe, France

Electricity savings from residential appliance efficiency standards in Sweden
Isaac Turiel, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
Benoit Lebot, Ademe, France

An integrated approach necessary to improve energy efficiency
Jan M. van den Berg, Sep, Holland
Max F.A. Welling, IJsselmij, Holland

The human dimension of program evaluation
Edward L. Vine, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA

Implementing demand-side management through integrated resource planning in Poland
David Wolcott, RCG/Hagler, Bailly, Inc., USA
Jaroslaw Dybowski, Polish Power Grid Company
Ewaryst Hille, Polish Foundation for Energy Efficiency

Evaluation of energy saving programs as a social research task
Klaus Wortmann, Forschungsgesellschaft für umweltschonende Energieumwandlung und Nutzung mbH

Are deregulation and integrated resource planning compatible? Experience from the United States and Norway with market approaches to utility planning
Dan W. York, MSB Energy Associates, Inc.

The energy efficiency challenge in Estonia. A framework to get started with energy conservation
Aarne Leisalu, State enterprise, Eesti Energia, Estonia
Claes Hedenström, Vattenfall AB, Sweden