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Panel 6: Energy Efficiency Under Joint Implementation & The Clean Development Mechanism

Flexibility with no regrets: an energy efficiency based, least cost approach to the Kyoto targets and mechanisms
Florentin Krause, International Project for Sustainable Energy Paths (IPSEP)

The chances for end-use energy efficiency projects under Joint Implementation and CDM: bleak or sunny?
M.T. van Wees, K.E.L. Smekens, and J.P.M. Sijm, Netherlands Energy Research Foundation ECN

Industrial energy efficiency and technology transfer in the Chinese cement sector
Joakim Nordqvist and Lars Nilsson, Lund University

Requirements for energy efficiency projects to be certified as carbon offsets
Joel Swisher, E4 Inc.

Demand-side energy efficiency and the Kyoto mechanisms: forging the link in countries in transition
Meredydd Evans, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Energy substitution, transport infrastructure and energy efficiency under the clean development mechanism - Will the baseline make a difference?
Cécile Blanco, International Research Centre in Agricultural Sciences for Development (CIRAD)
Anna Engleryd and Sandrine Mathy, International Centre for Research on Environment and Development (CIRED)

Cost-effective applications of the Clean Development Mechanism in Eritrea, East Africa
Debesai Gebrehiwot, Samuel Baire, and Semere Habtetsion, Eritrea Department of Energy
Robert Van Buskirk, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Joint Implementation in the Baltic Region - A Finnish perspective
Adriaan Perrels, Government Institute
for Economic Research VATT and Johanna Pollari, Tampere University

Ensuring the good use of the Kyoto mechanisms: a key to progress in energy efficiency and sustainable development
Helene CONNOR and Rod JANSSEN, HELIO International