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Panel 5: Energy efficient buildings

Energy performance certificates for homes – the consumer perspective
Les Shorrock and Sara Coward, BRE, United Kingdom

With the energy service directive – on track towards mainstreaming energy services in the EU?
Michael Geißler, Alexandra Waldmann, and Ralf Goldmann, Berliner Energieagentur GmbH

New challenge for residential building energy efficiency standards in Japan: unify energy efficiency of envelope and housing appliances
Chiharu Murakoshi, Hidetoshi Nakagami, and Mikiko Nakamura, Jyukankyo Research Institute, Japan

Future scenarios for micro-CHP in the UK as residential building insulation improves
A.D. Hawkes and M.A. Leach, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, Imperial College London

Energy efficiency and CO2 mitigation scenarios for French dwellings based on retrofitting and best energy demand technologies
D. Osso, H. Bouia, P. Mandrou, and M.H. Laurent, Electricité de France – Energy in buildings and territories department

Comprehensive refurbishment of buildings with energy services
DDI Jan W. Bleyl-Androschin and DI (FH) Daniel Schinnerl, Graz Energy Agency Ltd, Graz, Austria

Sensitivity analysis of cost effective climate protection in the EU building stock
Chris Hamans, MSc, Roermond, The Netherlands

Implementing energy efficiency in Sweden’s existing housing stock
Anna Joelsson and Leif Gustavsson, Mid Sweden University

HabitEnergie. Success factors in the construction of very low-energy housing: the weight of stakeholder relationships and of household practices – a survey in three European countries
Véronique Beillan, EDF Recherche & Développement – ICAME Department, France
Emmanuelle Cayre, EDF Recherche & Développement – ENERBAT Department, France
André Pouget, POUGET Consultants, France
Daniela Sanna, Alphéeis – Energy & Environment Consulting, France
Dusan Novakov, Novasystem En+, Switzerland
Ulrich Rochard, Ebök, Germany
Régine Trotignon, ADEME, France

Impact of climate change on thermal comfort, heating and cooling energy demand in Europe
Bernard Aebischer, Martin Jakob, and Giacomo Catenazzi, ETH Zurich, Centre for Energy Policy and Economics (CEPE)
The late George Henderson

Distributed energy resources for carbon emissions mitigation
Ryan Firestone and Chris Marnay, Berkeley Lab, USA

Energy Statistics – Why do modern buildings in Norway consume more energy than expected?
Frode Olav Gjerstad and Jan Peter Amundal, Enova SF, Trondheim, Norway
Aage Antonsen, Sletten-Finnmark AS, Kirkenes, Norway

Pathway to zero-carbon homes
Zoltan Zavody, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom

New challenges for energy certification of dwellings – we keep on learning
Dries Maes and Guy Vekemans, VITO, Belgium

Feasibility studies for alternative energy systems in large new buildings: state of the art, possible barriers and how to overcome them?
Suzanne Joosen, Ecofys the Netherlands BV, The Netherlands
Klaus Hansen, Danish Building Research Institute (SBi), Denmark
Dr. Marjana Sijanec Zavrl, Building and Civil Engineering Institue ZRMK (BCEI ZMRK), Slovenia

Development of a 2nd generation energy certificate scheme – Danish experience
Ole Michael Jensen, Danish Building and Urban Research, Denmark
Morten Tony Hansen, Danish Energy Authority, Denmark
Kirsten Engelund Thomsen and Kim B. Wittchen, Danish Building and Urban Research, Denmark

Improving energy efficiency in buildings under the framework of facility management and leasing financing
Klemens Leutgöb, Austrian Energy Agency, Austria

Energy neutral house – The residential House+ concept
Poul Erik Pedersen, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust

The effect of demand-side measures on the uptake of micro-biomass in domestic dwellings in the UK
D.P. Jenkins and A.D. Peacock, Energy Academy, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom
H. Singh, School of Engineering, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Contracting and building renovation – does it work together?
Jan W. Bleyl and Gerhard Bucar, Graz Energy Agency, Austria
Wibke Tritthart and Susanne Bruner-Lienhart, Inter-University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture, Austria

Reducing CO2 emissions through refurbishment of UK housing
Andrew Peacock, The Energy Academy, Heriot Watt University
P.F. Banfill, S. Turan, D. Jenkins, M. Ahadzi, and G. Bowles, School of the Built Environment, Heriot Watt University
D. Kane, School of Engineering and Physical Sciences
M. Newborough, ITM Power
P.C. Eames, H. Singh, University of Warwick
T. Jackson, A. Berry, University of Surrey

Principles and standards for sustainable summer comfort
Carlos Lopes, Swedish Energy Agency
J. Fergus Nicol, Department of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Lorenzo Pagliano, End-Use Efficiency Research Group, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Márton Varga, Austrian Energy Agency

Energy efficient private service buildings with “ecofacility”: comprehensive support for building developers
Gerhard Hofer and Margot Grim, Austrian Energy Agency

Check your school’s energy performance
Ole Michael Jensen, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark

Developing a simple software tool for the analysis of high resolution data from ‘smart’ utility meters
Graeme Stuart, Dr Simon Taylor, and Professor Paul Fleming, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University

Large scale pilot project with solar heating for a residential area – success and disaster
Magdalena Lundh, Department of Engineering Sciences, Sweden
Erica Löfström, Technology and Social Change, Sweden

Auditing the European room air-conditioning systems and potential energy savings
Daniela Bory, Jérôme Adnot, Carmelo Greco, and Dominique Marchio, Center for Energy and Processes, France

Engaging stakeholders in the implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive: example of collaboration in the UK through the Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes
David Weatherall, Energy Efficiency Partnership for Homes, c/o Energy Saving Trust

Better than new buildings – best practices turn into national standard
Felicitas Kraus and Stefanie Grether, German Energy Agency (dena)

GreenBuilding – Europe wide renovations of non-residential buildings
Nicole Pillen and Stefanie Grether, German Energy Agency (dena)
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission DG JRC

Coping with residential electricity demand in India’s future – How much can efficiency achieve?
Virginie E. Letschert and Michael A. McNeil, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Integrated cost estimation methodology to support high-performance building design
Prasad Vaidya, Lara Greden, David Eijadi, and Tom McDougall, The Weidt Group, USA
Ray Cole, Axiom Engineers, USA

Risk calculations for energy conservation technologies: the likelihood of realizing design-phase expectations in new construction
Lara Greden, Prasad Vaidya, Chris Baker, David Eijadi, and Tom McDougall, The Weidt Group, USA

Energy use in commercial building in China: Current situation and future scenarios
Florian Bressand, Affiliation: McKinsey Global Institute, USA
Nan Zhou and Jiang Lin, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Commissioning in public sector building – Non-Energy Benefits (NEBs), not savings, are the selling point
Elle McClain and Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc. (SERA)
John Jennings, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

Electricity or gas? Evaluation of energy saving, CO2 reduction, and cost saving potentials in residential house in Japan
Yukio Nakano and Wataru Urabe, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI), Japan

Energy efficient and healthy buildings
Monica Gullberg, ÅF Process, Sweden
Egil Öfverholm, Swedish Energy Agency, (STEM), Sweden
Magnus Bengtsson and Nikolaj Tolstoy, National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, Sweden

Transforming UK non-residential buildings: achieving a 60 % cut in CO2 emissions by 2050
Russell Layberry and Mark Hinnells, Lower Carbon Futures Team, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, United Kingdom

Transforming UK homes: achieving a 60% cut in carbon emissions by 2050
Mark Hinnells, Brenda Boardman, Sarah Darby, Gavin Killip, and Russell Layberry, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, United Kingdom