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Panel 5. Market-based instruments

Japan's energy-saving policy and first ESCO Project on private fund undertaken by local government
Etsuo Shito, Gas and Power Incorporated

Present condition of ESCO business for carrying out climate change countermeasures in Japan
Chiharu Murakoshi and Hidetoshi Nakagami, Jyukankyo Research Institute

Emission trading north – benefits for the economy and the environment
Katja Barzantny, Energiestiftung Schleswig-Holstein
Michael Hahn, ERM Lahmeyer Int. GmbH
Martin Kruska, EUtech Energie + Umwelt, Technik + Management
Michael Klein, 500 PPM Gesellschaft für Emissionshandel und Beratung mbH

CDM-JI potential and energy efficiency: an application to Italy
Enzo Di Giulio and Stefania Migliavacca, Eni Corporate University
Alessandro Vaglio, University of Bergamo

How are EU ESCOs behaving and how to create a real ESCO market?
Paolo Bertoldi and Vincent Berrutto, European Commission
Mario de Renzio, Federazione Italiana per l’uso Razionale dell’Energia
Jerome Adnot, Ecole des Mines
Edward Vine, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Design of a new scheme for tradable certificates for renewable electricity and energy efficiency
Thomas Huld and Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission

New market based price regulation on combined heat and power in Denmark
Jesper Koch, Marianne Nielsen, Anders B. Hansen, and Henrik Lawaetz, Danish Energy Authority

Allocation of CO2 allowances and competitiveness: a case study on the European iron and steel industry
Philippe Quirion, CIRED (CNRS/EHESS)

How much market do market-based instruments create? An analysis for the case of “white” certificates
Ole Langniss, Lund University
Dr. Barbara Praetorius, DIW Berlin

Price responsive load programs: U.S. experience in creating markets for peak demand reductions
Miriam L. Goldberg, Thomas Michelman, and Mitchell Rosenberg, KEMA-XENERGY Inc.

How to dismember a potent instrument – the intractability of the emission trade proposal of the European Commission
Juha Honkatukia, Heikki Kemppi, and Adriaan Perrels, Goverment Institute of Economic Research VATT

The resurgence of DSM and the role of branding in power markets
Adriaan Perrels, Goverment Institute of Economic Research VATT
Philip Lewis, University of Vaasa – Nordic Centre for Expertise in Energy and Utilities Marketing (VaasaEmg)

Pay for load demand – electricity pricing with load demand component
Jurek Pyrko, Kerstin Sernhed, and Juozas Abaravicius, Lund University
Victoriano Pérez Mies, Valladolid University

Building up a market for Third Party Financing in Upper Austria
Christiane Egger and Christine Öhlinger, O.Ö. Energiesparverband

Emissions trading: decades of existence. Big Future?
Popovych Olena, Energy Centre Bratislava

Energy Performance Contracting – success in Austria and Germany – dead end for Europe?
Friedrich Seefeldt, Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

Simulating emissions trading in Southwest Germany
Joachim Schleich and Regina Betz, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
Karl-Martin Ehrhart and Christian Hoppe, University of Karlsruhe
Stefan Seifert, TAKON GmbH

Barriers to energy efficiency – an econometric analysis of determinants
Edelgard Gruber and Joachim Schleich, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research

Energy performance contracting will improve climate and business
Hans Westling, Promandat AB

From volatility to value: analysing and managing financial and performance risk in energy savings projects
Evan Mills, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Steve Kromer and Gary Weiss, Teton Energy Partners

The Italian energy saving obligation to gas and electricity distribution companies. Scenario and case studies calculations show high environmental and economic benefits to actors (DISCOs, ESCOs, customers) and society
Lorenzo Pagliano, Pierluigi Alari, and Gianluca Ruggieri, eERG, Politecnico di Milano