Warning: You are running an outdated browser. The site should work, but will not look or work at it's best. You should update to a modern browser. Examples are Chrome and Firefox.

Panel 1. The foundations of future energy policies: Initiating change and breaking walls

Panel leaders: Catherine Cooremans & Sylvie Douzou

Travelling energy systems: knowledge transfer for energy efficiency and conservation – from European to Australian building projects
Wiktoria Glad, Tema Technology and Social Change, Linköping University, Sweden and Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

The role of energy efficiency in the framework of the EU energy and climate strategy – a policy-based scenario analysis
Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Stefan Thomas, and Christoph Zeiss, Wuppertal Institute, Germany

Can microgeneration catalyse behaviour change in the domestic energy sector in the UK?
Noam Bergman, University of Oxford, Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom

Behaviours, transmissions, generations: why is energy efficiency not enough?
Isabelle Garabuau-Moussaoui, EDF R&D (Electricité de France, Research and Development), France

A Climate protection strategy for the city of Bad Hersfeld
Oliver Wagner, Kurt Berlo, and Anja Bierwirth, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Energy, Environment, Germany

The role of energy efficiency in the development of the Iranian energy system – energy scenario analysis
Nikolaus Supersberger and Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Dieter Seifried, Büro Ö-Quadrat, Germany
Saeed Moshiri PhD, Department of Economics, University of Manitoba, Canada

Constructing consumers. Efforts to make governmentality through energy policy
Åsne L. Godbolt, Henrik Karlstrøm, and Knut H. Sørensen, Centre for Energy and Society, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Bridge over troubled water – spanning the energy-efficiency gap
Agneta Persson, WSP Environmental, Sweden
Anders Göransson, PROFU, Sweden
Erik Gudbjerg, LokalEnergi A/S, Denmark

Sufficiency – does energy consumption become a moral issue?
Adrian Muller, Socio-economic Institute (SOI) & University Research Priority Programme in Ethics (UFSPE), University of Zürich, Switzerland

Energy efficiency governance – an emerging priority
Nigel Jollands, Energy Efficiency & Environment Division International Energy Agency, France
Mark Ellis, Mark Ellis and Associates, Australia

Socio-economic barriers and success factors in the development of low energy consumption housing. A comparative study in three European countries
Véronique Beillan, EDF Recherche & Développement, ICAME Department, France
Emmanuelle Cayre, EDF Recherche & Développement, ENERBAT Department, France
Aurélie Goater, Alphéeis – Energy & Environment Consulting, France
Pia Laborgne and Andreas Huber, EIFERifer, Germany
Régine Trotignon, ADEME, France
Ulrich Rochard, Ebök, Germany
André Pouget, POUGET Consultants, France
Dusan Novakov, Novasystem En+, Switzerland

An energy efficiency policy model that addresses the influences of the ‘infrastructures of provision’
Robert Passey, Regina Betz, and Iain MacGill, Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, University of New South Wales, Australia

Feed-in tariff for energy saving: thinking of the design
Paolo Bertoldi and Silvia Rezessy, European Commission, DG JRC, Italy
Vlasis Oikonomou, SOM Research Institute, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Benigna Boza-Kiss, European Commission, DG JRC, Italy

Breaking down the barriers to efficiency improvements in the rental housing market: a comparison of two utility approaches
Katherine Johnson, Johnson Consulting Group
Michael Volker, Midwest Energy
Wade Shimoda and Dr. George Willoughby, Hawaii Electric Company

Transforming the “efficiency gap” into a viable business opportunity: lessons learned from the ESCO experience in Sweden
Katie Lindgren and Lars J. Nilsson, Environmental and Energy Systems Studies, Lund University, Sweden

Cooperation between construction- and energy sector to decrease the carbon emissions and primary energy use in Sweden
Ola Larsson, WSP Environmental, Sweden

TV ENERGIA – Energy Efficiency Web TV
Vasco Ferreira and Luis Alves, Research Group on Energy and Sustainable Development -IDMEC, Instituto Superior Técnico – Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Pedro Ferreira, Tools to Change, Lda, Portugal

The savings of energy saving: quantifying interactions between energy supply and demand side policies for Portugal
Sofia Simões, CML, Leiden University and DCEA, New University of Lisbon, GASA – DCEA, FCT/UNL, Portugal
Júlia Seixas, João Cleto, and Patrícia Fortes, DCEA, New University of Lisbon, GASA – DCEA, FCT/UNL, Portugal

Energy efficiency as a resource in the ISO New England forward capacity market
Cheryl Jenkins, Chris Neme, and Shawn Enterline, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, USA

Counting good: quantifying the co-benefits of improved efficiency in buildings
Diana Ürge-Vorsatz and Aleksandra Novikova, Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy, Central European University, Hungary
Maria Sharmina, Department of Economics, Central European University, Hungary

Climate policies: what if emerging country baseline were not so optimistic? – A case study related to India
Sandrine Mathy and Céline Guivarch, Centre International de Recherche sur l’Environnement et le Développement, France

Breaking out of the economic box: energy efficiency, social rationality and non-economic drivers of behavioral change
Karen Ehrhardt-Martinez and John A. “Skip” Laitner, ACEEE, USA

Examining the scale of the Behaviour Energy Efficiency Continuum
John A. “Skip” Laitner, Karen Ehrhardt-Martinez, and Vanessa McKinney, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, USA

Housing market transformation
Tina Fawcett and Brenda Boardman, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

The role of formal capital budgeting analysis in corporate investment decision-making: a literature review
Catherine Cooremans, HEC University of Geneva, Switzerland

A rose by any other name …? New contexts and players in European energy efficiency programmes
Eva Heiskanen, National Consumer Research Centre, Finland
Mike Hodson, SURF Centre for Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Tiit Kallaste, Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn Centre, SEI-T, Sweden
Petra Maier, Consumer Association of North Rhine Westfalia,Germany
Simon Marvin, SURF Centre for Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures, University of Salford, United Kingdom
Ruth Mourik, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN, The Netherlands
Samuli Rinne, Enespa Ltd., Finland
Mika Saastamoinen, National Consumer Research Centre, Finland
Edina Vadovics, Green Dependent Sustainable Solutions Association, Hungary

Energy efficiency in buildings: the road to a real market transformation
Constant Van Aerschot, Lafarge, R&D, France
Dominique Glachant, EDF, Energy Efficiency Program, France