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Panel 4. Building the bridge from lab to customer

“Efficient compressed air” – a successful campaign for energy efficient compressed air systems in Germany
Annegret-Claudine Agricola, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH
Peter Radgen, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research

Evaluation of the pilot procurement project in Germany
Dr. Katrin Ostertag, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI

Creating markets for efficient technologies by establishment of strategic niche markets
Clas-Otto Wene, OECD/IEA
Hans Nilsson, Fourfact

Market transformation in the “New World”: what’s worked, what hasn’t
Jennifer Thorne, Steven Nadel, Harvey Sachs, Bill Prindle, and Neal Elliott, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

Distributed generation – institutional change in the UK 2000-2003
Andreas Biermann, The Energy Saving Trust

Forecasting model for the Danish domestic sector
Troels Fjordbak Larsen, IT Energy
Malene Hein Nybroe and Mikael Togeby, Elkraft System

Creating the market for innovative approaches to delivering the best locally appropriate low carbon solution
Matthew Knight, Energy Saving Trust

The result from EKO-energi in Sweden, a voluntary agreement for energy efficiency in industries
Ulrika Uggla, Swedish Energy Agency

The future of Energy Star and other voluntary energy efficiency programs
Alan Meier, International Energy Agency

Using government purchasing power to reduce equipment standby power
Jeffrey Harris, Emily Bartholomew, and Michelle Ware, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Joan Glickman, Federal Energy Management Program
Alan Meier, International Energy Agency/OECD
Alison Thomas, US Department of Energy

The language of energy efficiency – industry vs energy freaks. Experiences from case studies
Erik Gudbjerg, Lokalenergi Handel A/S
Agneta Persson, ÅF-Energi & Miljö AB

Extending certification to energy management systems: a contribution to improve energy efficiency in industry
Denis A. Coelho, João Carlos de Oliveira Matias, and António Espírito Santo, University of Beira Interior

Mid-market transformation programs: programs to promote best practices in system specification and installation
Mitchell Rosenberg, KEMA-XENERGY Inc.

Remote metering of electricity as a tool for the promotion of energy efficiency
Aníbal T. de Almeida and Paula Fonseca, University of Coimbra
Carlos Parente Rodrigues and Artur Barros, EDP – Distribuição Energia S. A.
Andreas Jahn and Michael Broege, MVV Consultants and Engineers GmbH

Energy efficiency in commercial offices: who can transform the market?
Jacky Pett and Lotte Ramsay, Association for the Conservation of Energy

Who should administer energy-efficiency programs?
Carl Blumstein, University of California Energy Institute
Charles Goldman and Galen L. Barbose, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Pilot Tailoring via Internet, a strategy to promote energy efficiency within Dutch households
Iemy Brand and Jessica Dirks, Novem

Energy Premium Scheme (EPR) for domestic appliances in the Netherlands
Hans-Paul Siderius and Annemie Loozen, Novem

Energy+ cold appliances beyond the A label, thanks to pan-European procurement
L. Wijshoff, Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment
Sophie Attali, ICE – International Consulting on Energy

How are new technologies brought into energy efficiency programmes?
Zoltan Zavody, Energy Saving Trust

Scenarios for the integration of renewables in a European cities network
P.H. Webber, D. Lack, and M. Pardo, Leicester Energy Agency

Perspectives on performance and policy in industry – environmental and quality concerns to enhance energy efficiency
Joakim Nordqvist and Gabriel Somesfalean, Lund University

Joining forces – a market transformation network for pushing white LED-technology in North Rhine-Westphalia
Claus Barthel and Stephan Ramesohl, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy

The need for a better approach to business energy management: engaging decision makers
Jonathan Jutsen, EnVinta Corporation
Shel Feldman, Shel Feldman Management Consulting

The power of the public purse: Energy efficiency in Europe’s public sector can save 12 billion euro/year
Nils Borg and Ylva Blume, Borg & Co
Stefan Thomas and Wolfgang Irrek, Wuppertal Institute
Andrew Pindar, Politecnico di Milano

Web site for energy efficiency – a tool for sound investments
Margot Bratt, Bratt Communication
Lotta Bångens, Bångens Teknik konsult
Anna Forsberg, Carl Bro AB

Energy-efficient distribution transformers: a hidden opportunity for large scale energy savings
Benoit Lebot, International Energy Agency
Hans De Keulenaer, European Copper Institute
Patrick Hurens, International Copper Study Group

Marginal costs, cost dynamics and co-benefits of energy efficiency investments in the residential buildings sector
Martin Jakob and Sharon Nutter, CEPE – Centre for Energy Policy and Economics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Agreed performance criteria for efficient housing solutions
Ph.D Hans Westling, Promandat AB
Ingvar Andreasson, AB Familjebostäder
Ronny Bergens, Fastighetsägarna Stockholmv

Energy audits – best practice and decision support
Kari Aamodt Espegren, Institute for Energy Technology

What’s the problem with non-conventional technology? The Stockholm Local Investment Programme and the eco-cycling districts
Jonas R. Bylund, Stockholm University

How to achieve energy efficiency actions as an alternative to grid reinforcement!
Håvard Nordvik and Per Edvard Lund, E-CO Tech ltd.

Measures and Tools for Energy Efficient Public Buildings
Andrew Pindar, Politecnico di Milano
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute