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Panel 1: Policy (incentives, normative measures, policy mixes to achive CO_2 reduction)

Assessment of a Demand Side Management programme in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region
Dominique Flahaut, Philippe Gondolo, and Dominique Raulin, Project Managers in Agence Régionale de l'Energie (ARENE)

Voluntary Agreements for Energy Efficeincy in five EU countries
Martina Chidiak, Centre d'Economie Industrielle (CERNA), Ecole des Mines de Paris

Public policies and the environmental performance of the passenger car fleet
Daniel Faudry, IEPE-CNRS
Yves Crozet, Laurent Ginetti, and Jean-Pierre Nicolas, LET
Richard Darbéra, LATTS
Nicolas Golovtchenko and Marie-Christine Zelem, CERTOP
Sonia Hadjaj, ECODEV-CNRS
Francois Mirabel, CREDEN
Benoit Simon, CIRED-CNRS-EHESS

Collaborative Intervention: Working With Market Forces to Effect Lasting Change
Aimee T. McKane, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Washington, DC

The Role for an International Measurement & Verification Standard in Reducing Pollution
Gregory Kats and Arthur Rosenfeld, US Department of Energy
Satish Kumar, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Local initiatives to reduce energy consumption; examples from the UK's HECAction programme
Emma Jones, Victoria Wiltshire, and Joanne Wade, Association for the Conservation of Energy (ACE)

Rhetoric and reality in energy efficiency policy
Tina Fawcett, Environmental Change Unit, University of Oxford

DSM Activities in the Far East Activities by TEPCO and a comparative outlook to Europe
Tetsuya Maekawa, Naoya Sugai, and Keiichi Yoshino, TEPCO
Hans Nilsson, IEA

Revision of Japanese Appliance Energy Efficiency Standards, A New Top-Runner Approach
Chiharu Murakoshi and Hidetoshi Nakagami, JYURI
Yutaka Nagata, CRIEPI
Yasuhiko Noguchi, MITI

Determinants of CO2 emissions growth in Italy: a Laspeyres index analysis
Laura Cozzi and Enzo Di Giulio, Scuola Superiore Enrico Mattei - Eni

The Future of IRP and DSM in changing markets
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Prof. Dr. Uwe Leprich, Saarbrücken Politec
Prof. Dr. Lorenzo Pagliano, Politecnico di Milano
Dr. Dieter Schulte-Janson, Ministerium für Wirtschaft und Mittelstand, Technologie und Verkehr des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen

What is the role of energy-related voluntary approaches in post-Kyoto climate policy? A process oriented analysis of the "Declaration of German Industry on Global Warming Prevention"
Stephan Ramesohl and Kora Kristof, Wuppertal Intsitute for Climate Environment Energy GmbH

Towards a green lights programme in Europe
Vincent Berruto, Flavio Conti, and Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
John S. Hoffman, WorkSmart Energy Enterprises, Inc.
Herve Lefebver, ADEME
Sabrina Birner, June Consulting, Inc.
Nils Borg, Borg & Co AB

Energy policy: what it forgot and what it might yet recognise
Elizabeth Shove, Centre for Science Studies, University of Lancaster
Harlod Wilhite, University of Oslo and Ressurskonsult

Networking for Energy Efficiency Experiences of the Polish Network "Energie - Cities"
Adam Gula and Maria Stankiewicz, PNEC, Poland

Environmental adaption of energy systems in Lithuania
Dr. Algimantas Burba and Dr. Feliksas Zinevicius, Lithuanian Energy Institute

Trends in Energy Use and Efficiency: On the Road from Kyoto?
Fridtjof Unander and Lee Schipper, International Energy Agency

Evaluation of energy efficiency policy instruments in households in five European countries
Martine Uyterlinde and Harm Jeeninga, ECN Policy Studies

The regional energy plan of Upper Austria: 12% CO2 reduction in 4 years
Christiane Egger and Dr. Gerhard Dell, O.Ö. Energiesparverband

The effect of electricity saving measures in the residential sector
Maria Storm Sørensen, NESA

Forcing realisation of energy saving measures in business
Peter Sattler and Werner Schöffer, Sattler Energie Consulting

From National Policies to Global Market Transformation: The Challenges of (International) Policy Design
Frédéric Varone, Institute for Advanced Studies in Public Administration, Lusanne (IDHEAP)
Bernard Aebischer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich

Incentives in Energy Policy - A comparison between the Danish Policy mix and a Voluntary Approach to CO2 Abatement
Christina Ingerslev, Danish Energy Analysis

Industrial Companies' Demand for Energy Based on a Micro Panel Database - Effects of CO2 Taxation and Agreements on Energy Savings
Thomas Bue Bjørner and Mikael Togeby, AKF, Institute of Local Government Studies - Denmark

Hazards in Transition of gasfired Decentral and Industrial Combined Heat and Power to a Liberalized Market
Jesper Koch, Danish Energy Agency

Council for Sustainable Energy (Denmark)
Iben Spliid, Council for Sustainable Energy, The Secretariat

Economic Measures of a Decrease in Carbon Dioxide emissions for Austria
Ludwig Kumer, Verbundplan

Energy efficiency policy and CO2 reduction in Latvia
Marite Chaikovska and Namejs Zeltinsh, Institute of Physical Energigetics

The "Clean" Energy Industry as an Engine for Change: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policies for the Northwestern United States
Tony Usibell, Energy Policy Group
Rhys Roth, Atmosphere Alliance

Initiative and Results of Complex Solution of energy efficiency and environmental protection problems in Georgia
Sergo Garibashvili, Levan Japaridze, and Tengiz Gzirishvili, Department for Science and Technology of Georgia

The Concept of Energy Conservation Program of the Republic of Moldova
Ion Comendant, The Institute of Power Engineering AS RM