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Panel 1: Assessment of Energy Efficiency Policy

Cost-efficient or not cost-efficient is not the relevant question
Brita Olerup, Royal Institute of Technology

Does a government environmental procurement policy yield a double dividend?
Philippe Quirion, CIRED

An examination of the effectiveness of the EU minimum standard on cold appliances: the British case
Pernille Schiellerup, Environmental Change Institute

The contribution of the Energy Efficiency Centre to the energy efficiency policy in Lithuania
Vygintas JARASUNAS, Lithuanian Energy Agency

Analysis of energy efficiency standards for Japanese appliances
Yutaka NAGATA, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI)

First-year assessment of the European GreenLight Programme
Vincent BERRUTTO and Paolo BERTOLDI, European Commission

Employment generation from energy efficiency programmes: enhancing political and social acceptability
Joanne Wade and Andrew Warren, Association for the Conservation of Energy

Spatial planning in Poland and Estonia for promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy sources - Theoretical background
Katrin Blechschmidt, Energiestiftung Schleswig-Holstein

Instruments and actions of the German Federal States towards climate protection
Willi Herbert and Katrin Blechschmidt, Energiestiftung Schleswig-Holstein

Public energy efficiency sector in Norway: time for restructuring
Terje Stamer Wahl, Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate

An energy-efficiency policy - Problems, barriers and possibilities
Peter Bach, Danish Energy Agency, Ministry of Environment and Energy

Labelling of electrical appliances - An evaluation of the Energy Labelling Ordinance in Germany and resulting recommendations for energy efficiency policy
Barbara Schlomann, Wolfgang Eichhammer, and Edelgard Gruber, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI)
Friedemann Stockle, GfK Marketing Services GmbH & Co

Evaluation of the energy efficiency check in Norway
Liv Randi Lindseth, Norsk Enoek og Energi AS

European ex-post evaluation guidebook for DSM and EE services programmes
Preben Birr-Pedersen, SRC International A/S

Impact assessment of the UK energy efficiency best practice programme for buildings
Emma Jackson and Richard Hartless, Building Research Establishment

Towards Kyoto -Implementation of Long Term Agreements (LTA) in industry: which elements make LTA successful and how to integrate them into the policy mix?
Otto Starzer, The Austrian Energy Agency (EVA)

The legitimisation of demand-side policies under deregulation: lessons learned from the IRP Era
Mike Bull, Bonneville Power Administration

INDEEP evaluation of 220 energy efficiency programmes from 14 countries
Harry Vreuls, NOVEM

From energy efficiency to carbon conservation
Brenda Boardman, University of Oxford

The UK network of Energy Efficiency Advice Centres
Colin Timmins, Energy Saving Trust

Commercial HVAC and service water-heating equipment minimum energy efficiency standards in the U.S.
John Busch, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Sriram Somasundaram, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jim McMahon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Are voluntary agreements an alternative policy to efficiency standards for transforming the electrical appliances market?
Philippe MENANTEAU, Institute for Energy Policy and Economics (CNRS / Université de Grenoble)

Yes, pan-European co-operative procurement works - How to best make use of a promising
Anna Engleryd, Swedish National energy Administration
Sophie Attali, International Consulting on Energy

Incremental distribution chain costs and markups for energy efficient consumer products
Chloé Malié, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon
Robert Van Buskirk, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Cost-effective energy and carbon savings in the UK housing stock
John Henderson, Building Research Establishment Ltd.

Environmental management policies in the Higher Education (HE) sector: quantified aspects from 5 case-studies in France under the ECOCAMPUS initiative
Jean-François Bonnet, C. Devel, Ph. Lagière, Patrick Faucher, and Jacques Roturier, University of Bordeaux 1

Sustainable Technology Development, case hot water
Rolinde Oosterheert, NOVEM

An International Catalyst for Energy Efficiency
Hans Joergen Koch, International Energy Agency

Trends in Norwegian stationary energy use: an international perspective
Fridtjof Unander, International Energy Agency

EKO-Energi ÿ Successful voluntary agreements on energy efficiency and environmental control in Swedish industry
Ulrika Uggla, Swedish National Energy Administration (STEM)
Diana Avasoo, Avasoo Consulting

Can energy saving policy survive in a market economy?
Jorgen Stig Norgard, Technical University of Denmark