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Panel 6: Products and appliances

The impact of changing TV technologies and market trends on the energy consumption on TVs and the need for a better TV energy test method
Keith Jones, Leura, Australia
Bob Harrison, Milton Keynes, England

Top Runner in Europe? Inspiration from Japan for EU ecodesign implementing measures
P.J.S. (Hans-Paul) Siderius, SenterNovem, The Netherlands
H. Nakagami, Jyukankyo Research Institute, Japan

Do energy efficient appliances cost more?
Mark Ellis and Nigel Jollands, International Energy Agency, France
Lloyd Harrington, Energy Efficient Strategies, Australia
Alan Meier, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Danish Electricity Saving Trust’s open wireless communication standard
Göran Wilke, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust, Denmark

Introducing the Ordinance on energy efficiency labelling of household appliances on Croatian market
M Sc Vesna Kolega, Energy institute Hrvoje Požar, Croatia

The untapped potential of energy efficient lighting technologies
Harry Verhaar, Senior Director Energy & Climate Change – Philips Lighting, The Netherlands

Transforming U.S. lighting and appliance markets
K. H. Tiedemann, BC Hydro, Canada

Improving standards and labels with IPMVP and Six Sigma strategies
Robert Mowris and Ean Jones, Robert Mowris & Associates, USA
Kathleen Carlson, Verified, Inc., USA

A long-term scenarios analysis on LEDs general lighting in China
Liu Hong, Energy Research Institute, National Development & Reform Commission, P.R.China, China

Estimating the impact of labelling high quality compact fluorescent lamps on the energy consumption for lighting in the residential sector
G. Zissis, R. Ruscassié, and M. Aubès, LAPLACE, Université de Toulouse, France

Swedish homes – towards a delight future?
Helena Krantz and Mats Bladh, Dept. of Technology and Social Change, Linköping University, Sweden
Anette Persson and Peter Bennich, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden

Detailed analysis of electricity consumption in tertiary buildings as a basis for energy efficiency policies
Edelgard Gruber, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (Fraunhofer ISI), Germany
Ilias Sofronis, Centre for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES), Greece
Rinto Dusée, Weerdenburg Huisvesting Consultants (WHC), The Netherlands
Stefan Plesser, Institute for Building and Solar Technology (IGS), Technical University Braunschweig, Germany

Energy efficiency options for external power supplies in Australia
Richard Collins, Punchline Energy, Australia
Shane Holt, Equipment Energy Efficiency, Department of the Environment and Water Resources, Australia

Field assessment of the urban density of air conditioning use in the United Kingdom in non domestic buildings
Jorge A.J. Caeiro, The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London
Neil Brown, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom
Hasim Altan, School of Architecture, Building Energy Analysis Unit, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

The Top Runner policy concept: Pass it down?
Joakim Nordqvist, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies, Lund University, Sweden

Infrastructure of the information society and its energy demand
Laetitia Souchon, Ph.D Candidate INT/ETOS - France Telecom R&D, France
Bernard Aebischer, ETH Zurich, Centre for Energy Policy and Economics (CEPE), Switzerland
Jacques Roturier, Professor Emeritus (retired from University of Bordeaux), France
Fabrice Flipo, INT/ETOS, France

Energy efficiency and conservation: Is solid state lighting a bright idea?
Inês M. Lima de Azevedo, Climate Decision Making Center, Engineering and Public Policy Department, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Energy Saving Recommended: Delivering improved product standards, market presence and quality
Tom Lock and Frances Galvanoni, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom

Accounting for electricity consumption in buildings and evaluating the saving potential: what have we achieved and how much more can we save
Bogdan Atanasiu and Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission DG-JRC, Ispra, Italy
Silvia Rezessy, Central European University, Hungary
Anibal de Almeida, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Residential monitoring to decrease energy use and carbon emissions in Europe
Aníbal de Almeida and Paula Fonseca, ISR-University of Coimbra, Dep. Electrical Engineering, Coimbra, Portugal

Measurements of water use in eight dwellings, by quantity and time
Anna Johansson and Tomas Berggren, The Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden
Åsa Wahlström and Ulrik Pettersson, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden

Using conditional demand analysis to estimate residential energy use and energy savings
K. H. Tiedemann, BC Hydro, Canada

Standby energy: building a coherent international policy framework – moving to the next level
Lloyd Harrington and Jack Brown, Energy Efficient Strategies, Australia
Shane Holt, Australian Greenhouse Office
Alan Meier and Bruce Nordman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Mark Ellis, International Energy Agency

Energy consumption of whitegoods – what is improving and what is not: analysis of 13 years of data in Australia
Lloyd Harrington and Jack Brown, Energy Efficient Strategies, Australia

Energy+ pumps – Technology procurement for very energy efficient circulation pumps, first results of the current IEE-project
Claus Barthel and Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany
Georg Benke, Austrian Energy Agency A.E.A,
Bernd Schäppi, Austrian Energy Agency A.E.A
Fabio Forfori, Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimenta di Energetica, Italy
Ruben Guisson, Flemisch Institute for technological research (Vito), Belgium
Louiza Papamikrouli, Centre for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES), Greece
Margarita Puente, ESCAN, S.A., Spain
Tomas Spirek, SEVEn, Stredisko pro efektivni vyuzivani energie, o.p.s. Czech Republic
Kimmo Rautiainen, Motiva Oy, Finland
Jörg Köhl, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH
Alain Anglade, ADEME, France
Jürg Nipkow, ARENA, Switzerland

Future air conditioning energy consumption in developing countries and what can be done about it: the potential of efficiency in the residential sector
Michael A. McNeil and Virginie E. Letschert, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Measuring progress in appliance market transformation programs: weaknesses of traditional sales / shipment methods and innovative proxy metrics – The “NEEPP” tracking approach
Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc. (SERA), USA

Topten – Best of Europe. How do best products perform and why aren’t they sold across Europe?
Eric Bush, Topten International Group (TIG) - Switzerland
Sophie Attali, Topten International Group (TIG) - Paris
Conrad U. Brunner, A+B International, Zurich
Anne Arquit Niederberger, A+B International, USA

Energy down the drain. The energy saving potential in water conservation
Diana Avasoo, WSP Environmental, Sweden

The European window energy labelling challenge
Diana Avasoo, WSP Environmental, Sweden

Proper sizing of circulation pumps
Henrik Tommerup and Jørgen S. Nørgård, Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark

Residential consumer electronics electricity consumption in the United States
Kurt Roth and Kurtis McKenney, TIAX LLC, U.S.A.