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Panel 4: Monitoring and evaluation

How much energy saving is 1 % per year?
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment Energy, Germany
Lars J. Nilsson, Lund University, Sweden
Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer-Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Harry Vreuls, SenterNovem, Swentiboldstraat 21, The Netherlands
Jean-Sébastien Broc, École des Mines de Nantes, France
Didier Bosseboeuf, ADEME, France
Bruno Lapillonne, ENERDATA, France
Klemens Leutgöb, Austrian Energy Agency, Austria

Uncertainties in the evaluation of energy savings potential
Paul Baudry and Dominique Osso, Electricité de France, R&D, FRANCE

From theory based policy evaluation to SMART Policy Design: Lessons learned from 20 ex-post evaluations of energy efficiency instruments
Mirjam Harmelink and Robert Harmsen, Ecofys Netherlands, The Netherlands
Lars Nilsson, Lund University, Environment and Energy Systems Studies, Sweden

Evaluation results of twelve commercial air-conditioning energy efficiency programs
Ean Jones and Robert Mowris, Robert Mowris & Associates, USA
Kathleen Carlson, Verified, Inc., USA

Evaluation study of a commercial gas boiler energy efficiency program
Robert Mowris and Ean Jones, Robert Mowris & Associates, USA
Kathleen Carlson, Verified, Inc, USA

Incorporating IPMVP and Six Sigma Strategies into Monitoring and Evaluation
Kathleen Carlson, Verified, Inc, USA
Robert Mowris and Ean Jones, Robert Mowris & Associates, USA

Evaluation methodology to assess the theoretical energy impact and the actual energy performance for the 27 communities of the European CONCERTO initiative
Olivier Pol and Doris Österreicher, arsenal research, Business Field Sustainable Energy Systems, Austria

Counterfactual analysis of energy efficiency policies in the U.S. across three decades: A time series cross section approach
Marvin J. Horowitz, Ph.D., President, Demand Research, USA

Start point to savings – Better load demand analysis in commercial buildings
Juozas Abaravicius and Jurek Pyrko, Lund University, Dept of Energy Sciences, Sweden

A process to develop operational bottom-up evaluation methods – from reference guidebooks to a practical culture of evaluation
Jean-Sébastien BROC and Bernard BOURGES, Ecole des Mines de Nantes (DSEE), France
Jérôme ADNOT, Ecole des Mines de Paris (Centre of Energy and Processes), France

Review of good practices in measuring and verifying energy savings among French energy efficiency services actors – a strong will to put quality securing methods forward
Patrick Jullian, S2E Club President, Parois, France
Isabelle Hita, Research engineer in Energy efficiency, EDF Research and Development - EPI, France
Frédéric Rosenstein, ADEME, Valbonne, France

Sustainable energy in UK housing – Monitoring & targeting using integrated datasets
Andrew Amato, Energy Saving Trust, London, United Kingdom

A key to success: Improved statistics on energy end use in buildings
Agneta Persson, WSP Environmental, Sweden
Monica Gullberg, ÅF-Process AB, Sweden
Heini-Marja Suvilehto, Swedish National Energy Agency
Anders Göransson, Profu AB. Sweden

Comprehensive monitoring system – essential tool to show the results of the energy audit and voluntary agreement programmes
Ulla Suomi, Motiva Oy, Finland
Heikki Väisänen, Ministry of Trade and Industry/ Energy Department/ Renewables and Energy Efficiency Division, Finland

Evaluating energy efficiency policies and measures
Tudor Constantinescu, Energy Charter Secretariat, Belgium
Rod Janssen, Energy Consultant, United Kingdom

‘Building’ Energy Efficiency Action Plans: balancing what the Commission wants with what Member States can do
Anson Wu and Pedro Guertler, Association for the Conservation of Energy, London, United Kingdom

Carbon emissions displaced by energy savings
Antoine Bonduelle, E&E Consultant and Faculté de Sciences Politiques, Université Lille 2, France
Damien Joliton, Energies Demain, France

“Low hanging fruits” or cost-effective energy and water savings using intelligent metering and monitoring systems?
Vasco Ferreira and Luis Alves, Research Group on Energy and Sustainable Development, Instituto de Engenharia Mecânica – Instituto Superior Técnico – Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal
Paul Fleming and Graeme Stuart, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development – De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom
Prakash Patel, Peter Webber, and Stewart Conway, Leicester Energy Agency – Leicester Energy Efficiency Centre, United Kingdom

Evaluating the impact of energy labelling and MEPS – a retrospective look at the case of refrigerators in the UK and Australia
Kevin Lane, Lloyd Harrington, and Paul Ryan, AEA Energy & Environment

Incorporating real-world data into measure lifetime estimates: How long does energy efficient equipment really last on-site?
Rose Woods and Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc. (SERA), USA

Attributable effects from information and outreach programs: Net to gross, NEBs, and beyond
David Juri Freeman and Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc. (SERA)

Integrated, Real Time (IRT), on-going data collection for evaluation – benefits and comparative results
Susan L. Gordon and Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc.