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 4. Residential and commercial sectors: delivering lower energy use in buildings

Panel leaders: Jacky Pett & Håvard Vaggen Malvik

Innovative technologies: managing IT devices to reduce impacts to building infrastructure
Kent Dunn, Verdiem Corporation, USA

Low-energy buildings in southern and eastern Mediterranean countries
Klaus Wenzel, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit mbH, GTZ (German Agency for Technical Cooperation), Tunisia

Characterization of the household electricity consumption in the EU, potential energy savings and specific policy recommendations
Paula Fonseca, ISR-University of Coimbra
Dep. Electrical Engineering, Portugal
Aníbal de Almeida, Dep. Electrical Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Nicolai Feilberg, SINTEF Energiforskning AS, Norway
George Markogiannakis, Centre for Renewable Energy Sources – CRES, Greece
Casper Kofod, Energy piano, Denmark

Test methods and scheme rules for energy labelling of tap water devices
Åsa Wahlström, CIT Energy Management, Sweden

Energy efficient elevators and escalators
Carlos Patrão and João Fong, Dep. Electrical Engineering, Coimbra, Portugal
Luc Rivet, Belgium
Aníbal de Almeida, Dep. Electrical Engineering, Coimbra, Portugal

Energy performance contracting – An incentive for improving the energy performance of the building envelope in existing commercial office buildings
Rob Kilgour, Senior Engineer – Materials and Renewable Energy, GHD Global Pty Ltd,United Arab Emirates
Attilio Pigneri, Associate Director – Centre for Energy Research, Massey University, School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University, New Zealand

Demonstration, inspiration … replication? Assessing the impact and limits of social learning from Eco-Homes Open Days in the UK
Jo Hamilton and Gavin Killip, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Market Development Potential of Residential Refurbishment Packages
Andrew Peacock, The Energy Academy, Riccarton, Heriot Watt University, United Kingdom
Tim Jackson and Ali Berry, University Of Surrey, United Kingdom
Giuseppe Masini and Marcus Ahadzi, The Energy Academy, Heriot Watt University, United Kingdom

The Danish Curve Breaker Agreement model – a voluntary agreement to break the electricity consumption curve
Christian Jarby, Manager-Public Sector Affairs, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust, Denmark
Karen Marie Pagh Nielsen, Principal consultant, Alectia A/S, Denmark
Troels Fjordbak, Consultant, IT Energy ApS, Denmark

Campaign for A-rated circulator pumps – a proven strategy
Christian Lüders, Project Manager, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust, Denmark
Göran Wilke, Head of Secretariat, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust, Denmark
Martin Dam Wied, Consultant, Wormslev – NRGi Rådgivning A/S, Denmark

AutoPowerOff plug banks – a story with energy saving perspectives
Anders Hjort Jensen, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust, Denmark
Troels Fjordbak, IT Energy ApS, Denmark

Specific energy use in Swedish and Norwegian shopping malls
Sofia Stensson and Monica Axell, SP Energy Technology, Sweden
Kjell Petter Småge, Evotek AS, Norway
Per Fahlén, Chalmers University of Technology, Building Services Engineering, Sweden

European energy labelling scheme for windows
Mette Belling Skou, VELUX A/S, Denmark
Jesper Kragh, DTU Byg, Denmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark

Improving the database of electricity efficiency in tertiary buildings by monitoring and surveying
Edelgard Gruber and Barbara Schlomann, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (Fraunhofer ISI), Germany

My Home – analysis of the easy and intelligent way to save energy
Göran Wilke, The Danish Electricity Saving Trust, Denmark

Innovative retrofit to improve energy efficiency in public buildings
Kirsten Engelund Thomsen, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University, Denmark
Ove Mørck, Cenergia Energy Consultants, Denmark
Karin Buvik, SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Architecture and Building Technology, Denmark
Jan Rolland, Asker Municipality, Norway

Deep carbon emission reductions in existing UK social housing: are they achievable, and how can they be funded?
Andrew Reeves, Simon Taylor, and Paul Fleming, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, United Kingdom

Neighbourhood cooperation for energy solutions: removing barriers – first results of an applied research project
Lioba Markl, European Institute for Energy Research, Germany
Andreas Koch. European Institute for Energy Research, Germany
Andreas Huber, European Institute for Energy Research, Germany

Reducing uncertainty in the market for (low carbon) refurbishment: a web-tool that brings together home-owners, housing providers, manufacturers, installers and policy makers
Darryl Croft, Association for the Conservation of Energy, United Kingdom

A flexible methodology to integrate energy issue in strategic asset management in social housing: the ECOSIM French experience
Bruno Lacarrière and Bernard Bourges, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Paul Jallet, Le Toit Angevin, France

Life-cycle primary energy implication of the new Swedish Building Code
Ambrose Dodoo, Leif Gustavsson, and Roger Sathre, Dept. of Engineering and Sustainable Development, Mid Sweden University, Sweden

Label it and they will buy? The case of energy efficient class-A appliances
Joachim Schleich, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, (Fraunhofer ISI), Germany
Bradford F. Mills, Department for Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

Energy contracting: how much can it contribute to energy efficiency in the residential sector?
Jan W. Bleyl-Androschin, IEA DSM Task XVI “Competitive Energy Services“, c/o Graz Energy Agency Ltd, Austria
and Energetic Solutions, Austria
Friedrich Seefeldt, Prognos AG, Germany
Friedrich.Seefeldt@prognos.com and Bernd Eikmeier, Bremer Energie Institut, Germany

CO2 emissions reduction potential from space and water heating in the Hungarian tertiary buildings
Katarina Korytarova and Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Central European University, Hungary

Energy for 500 million homes: drivers and outlook for residential energy consumption in China
Nan Zhou, Michael A. McNeil, and Mark Levine, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Household classification according to electricity consumption
Toke Rammer Nielsen and Jørgen S. Nørgård, Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Acting globally: potential carbon emissions mitigation impacts from an international standards and labelling program
Michael A. McNeil, Virginie E. Letschert, and Stephane de la Rue du Can, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Christine Egan, Collaborative Labelling and Appliance Standards Program (CLASP), USA

Tackling the potential from below: Italian Municipal Building Codes as concrete implementation tools for the EPB Directive
Gianluca Ruggieri, Dipartimento Ambiente-Salute-Sicurezza, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Italy
Annalisa Galante and Giuliano Dall’Ò, Dipartimento BEST, Politecnico di Milano, Italy