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Panel 1: The foundations of a future energy policy. Longer term strategies

Social acceptability of climate change policies; will energy efficiency always fail to win its case through the consultation process?
Jacky Pett, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research

Developing a strategy to speed up large-scale adoption of compressed-natural-gas-driven (CNG) cars
Cees Egmond PhD, SenterNovem
Simone Houtman, R. Jonkers PhD, and R. Gelissen

Will efficient technologies save the world? A call for new thinking on the ways that end-use technologies affect energy using practices
Harold Wilhite, University of Oslo, Centre for Development and the Environment, Norway

Microgrids: An emerging paradigm for meeting building electricity and heat requirements efficiently and with appropriate energy quality
Chris Marnay and Ryan Firestone, Berkeley Lab MS 90R4000, U.S.A.

The blessings of energy efficiency in an enhanced EU sustainability scenario
Stefan Lechtenböhmer and Maike Bunse, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany
Adriaan Perrels, Government Institute for Economic Research VATT, Finland
Anja Scholten, University of Würzburg, Geographical Institute, Germany

Sustainable energy end use from a systems perspective
Agneta Persson, WSP Environmental, Sweden

Financing energy efficiency investments in the housing sector and small-scale energy systems
Ture Hammar, Danish Energy Authority, Denmark

Integrating policies for renewables and energy efficiency: Comparing results from Germany, Luxembourg and Northern Ireland
Lukas Kranzl, Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology,Austria
Anselm Brakhage, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Pedro Gürtler, Association for the Conservation of Energy, UK
Jacky Pett, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, UEA, UK
Mario Ragwitz, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Michael Stadler, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA and Center for Energy and innovative Technologies – CET, Austria.

Strategic fit of energy efficiency (Strategic and cultural dimensions of energy-efficiency investments)
Catherine Cooremans, HEC University of Geneva, Switzerland

Reaching our potential: a framework for making the most of microgeneration technologies
Victoria Willis, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom

A step into the unknown: feed-in tariff for energy saving
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission, DG JRC, Italy
Silvia Rezessy, Central European University, Hungary

Carbon governance from a systems perspective: an investigation of food production and consumption in the UK
Rebecca White , Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, United Kingdom

Enough is as good as a feast – sufficiency as policy
Sarah Darby, Lower Carbon Futures, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Centre for the Environment

Call for oil independence – highlights the need for energy efficiency
Lotta Bångens, Föreningen Sveriges Energirådgivare, Sweden

Which allocation rule generates true price signals for the CO2 allowance market?
Eva Benz, Bonn Graduate School of Economics, University of Bonn, Germany
Karl-Martin Ehrhart, Institute of Economic Theory and Operations Research, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Mission possible: bringing end-use energy efficiency to the European Emissions Trading Scheme
Silvia Rezessy, Central European University, Hungary
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission, DG JRC, Italy
Monique Voogt, Ecofys Netherlands, Netherlands

Liberating energy analysis
Mithra Moezzi, Ghoulem Research, United States
Françoise Bartiaux, Institute of Demography, University of Louvain (UCL), Belgium

Turning the appliance market around towards A++
Jørgen S. Nørgård, Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Birgitte Brange, Elsparefonden, Denmark
Tom Guldbrandsen, Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Peter Karbo, Elsparefonden, Denmark

The UKERC Meeting Place: a new model for stimulating the energy debate
Jane Palmer, Environmental Change Institute , OUCE, University of Oxford