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Panel 4: Sustainable Energy Use in Buildings

Energy technology and everyday life - The domestication of Ebox in Norwegian households
Margrethe Aune, SINTEF Industrial Management

The role of fuel cells in buildings as a part of sustainable energy systems
Christian Jungbluth, Stephan Ramesohl, and Claus Barthel, Wuppertal Institute for Climate

Energy consumption measurement survey in commercial buildings in Japan - The existence of stand-by electricity
Chiho Nakagomi, Akio Tanaka, Hiroyuki Ohashi, and Hidetoshi Nakagami, Jyukankyo Research Institute

Integrating energy efficiency into urban design and management: a GIS for evaluating the environmental profile of cities
Luc ADOLPHE, Ecole d'Architecture de Toulouse- GRECO 1

Functional service contracts for white goods: selling a function instead of a product (FUNSERVE)
Christiane Dudda and Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institut für Klima
Kai Schuster, Projekt+E

Creating a regional service-market for the ecological refurbishment of buildings
Wibke Tritthart, Harald Rohracher, and Christian Gummerer, Inter-University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture

Energy efficiency and environmental awareness integrated in the every day living - Awarded in the environment 2000 competition, new buildings class
Tommy Kjellgren, SBC Bostad AB
Agneta Persson, ÅF-Energikonsult AB

Energy Assets_sm program and the Minnesota design community: trends in co-evolution
Prasad Vaidya, David Eijadi, Tom McDougall, and Jay Johnson, The Weidt Group

Barriers to energy efficiency in school buildings - Technical and policy issues: a case-study in Portugal
Antonio Gomes Martins, INESC
Paulo Amaral and Pedro Marques, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (ESTG)

Off mode power consumption: the most hidden part of standby losses - An analysis of German households
Clemens Cremer and Ulla Bode, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research

Cutting heating and cooling use almost in half without capital expenditure in a previously retrofit building
M. Abbas, Johnson Controls
Mingsheng Liu, University of Nebraska
Song Deng, W. D. Turner, J. S. Habel, H. Bruner, B. Veteto, Seung Uk Lee, and David Claridge, Texas A&M University

Maximising CO2 emission reductions in the Canadian residential sector: a socio-technical analysis of housing stock retrofit potential
Daniel Scott, Adaptation and Impacts Research Group, Environment Canada
Paul Parker, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo
Ian H. Rowlands, Department of Environment and Resource Studies, University of Waterloo 1.

Building energy labelling in existing buildings
George Henderson, Energy Consultant
Kenya Tillerson, International Consulting on Energy (ICE)
Edgar Blaustein, Energy Consultant

Suspecting standby? Domestic levels and the potential for household-level reductions in the UK
Julia Vowles, Brenda Boardman, and Kevin Lane, Environmental Change Institute

Retail Therapy: increasing the sales of CFLs
Tina Fawcett, Environmental Change Institute

Managing the growth of the demand for cooling in urban areas and mitigating the urban heat island effect
Carlos LOPES and Jérôme ADNOT, Ecole des Mines de Paris
Mattheos SANTAMOURIS and Nick KLITSIKAS, University of Athens
Servando ALVAREZ and Francisco SANCHEZ, University of Seville

Australia's approach to energy efficiency and the building code
Stephen Berry, Tony Marker, and Philip Harrington, Australian Greenhouse Office

Residential standby power consumption in Australia
Andrew Wear and Phil Harrington, Australian Greenhouse Office
Lloyd Harrington, Energy Efficient Strategies

Smart technology for homes - An integrated approach to sustainable development
Ruud Trines and Cuno van Geet, NOVEM

Monitoring of energy use, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in 69 existing office buildings in Belgium
Wim De Groote, University of Ghent
Alain Bossaer, Centrum voor Energie-Efficientie
Erwin Mlecnik, Energie Duurzaam vzw
Bart Cobbaert, St. Lucas Hogeschool voor Architectuur

Appliance labelling from a consumer's perspective - Priorities in clothes' washing
Diana Uitdenbogerd, NOVEM

Standby losses caused by low voltage lighting
Diana Avasoo, Avasoo Consulting
Peter Röing, Artektron AB

Energy efficiency labels and standards in the developing world: the CLASP Technical Assistance Program
Mirka Della Cava and Stephen Wiel, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Sachu Constantine, Alliance to Save Energy
Denise Knight, International Institute for Energy Conservation

Assessing the market transformation for domestic appliances resulting from European Union policies
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Paul Waide, PW consulting
Benoît Lebot, International Energy Agency