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Panel 6. Energy efficiency in transport and mobility

Panel leaders: Adriaan Perrels & Dominic Stead

Decomposing road freight energy use in the UK
S.R. Sorrell, T. Champion, L.M. Stapleton, M. Lehtonen, and J. Pujol, Sussex Energy Group SPRU, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Car ‘organ-transplant’: anticipating energy and environmental benefits of cleaner technologies
Filipe Moura and José Manuel Viegas, CESUR/Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Evaluation of energy saving measures in the transport sector: a review of efforts and certainty
Frederic Rudolph and Susanne Böhler, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany

Recent trends in travel behaviour and passenger transport fuel use: a comparison of the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
Dominic Stead, Delft University of Technology, OTB Research Institute, The Netherlands
Yusak O. Susilo, University of the West of England, Centre for Transport & Society, United Kingdom

The prospects of alternative automotive systems and fuels in Austria till 2050
Amela Ajanovic, Reinhard Haas, and Maximilian Kloess, Vienna University of Technology

The role of motorized 2-wheelers in an energy efficient transport system
Paul Pfaffenbichler, Vienna University of Technology – Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Austria
Giovanni Circella, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, USA

Measuring the invisible: quantifying the CO2 emission reductions from transport solutions in Hanoi, Vietnam
Le Anh Tuan, Department of Internal Combustion Engines Institute of Transportation Engineering, Hanoi University of Technology, Vietnam
Lee Schipper, Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency, Stanford University, USA
Hans Orn, CONTRANS AB, Sweden
Wei-Shiuen Ng, Consultant, Singapore

Disappointed by Diesel? The impact of the shift to Diesels in Europe through 2006
Lee Schipper, Precourt institute for Energy Efficiency, Stanford University, USA
Lew Fulton, International Energy Agency
Energy Technology Policy Division, France

Electric vehicles – the future of passenger transport?
Martine A. Uyterlinde, Hein P.J. de Wilde, and Coen B. Hanschke, ECN Policy Studies, The Netherlands

Developing the market for natural gas and biogas as a vehicle fuel on a regional level (MADEGASCAR)
Bettina Emmerling and Reinhard Jellinek, Austrian Energy Agency
Birgit Baumgartner, Graz Energy Agency

The MPG paradox. Why car purchasers say they care about fuel economy, but don’t
Dr Jillian Anable, The Centre for Transport Research, Aberdeen University, United Kingdom
Dr Ben Lane, Ecolane, United Kingdom
Dr Nick Banks, Sustain Ltd, United Kingdom

White certificates for the transport sector: an opportunity not taken?
Silvia Rezessy and Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy, Italy
Jillian Anable, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Transport Research. University of Aberdeen
Patrick Jochem, Institute for Economic Policy at Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Germany

Fuel consumption of transport sector: how the people of Dhaka City will be moving in the future?
Shafiq Ur Rahman, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh and SusTRANS Bangladesh

Requirements for change in consumer car buying practices – observations from Sweden
Mikael Wickelgren, Center for Consumer Science, School of Economics, Business and Law University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Frances Sprei and Sten Karlsson, Physical Resource Theory, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Assessment of integrated “Transport – Land Use” policies potential to reduce long term energy consumption of urban transportation. A prospective simulation in Bangalore, India
Benoit Lefèvre, IDDRI – Sciences Po Paris, France

Driving an electric vehicle. A sociological analysis on pioneer users
Magali Pierre, EDF R&D, France
Christophe Jemelin, Director of studies at 6T (research bureau) and lecturer at the EPFL (Lausanne Federal Polytechnic School), France
Nicolas Louvet, Director of 6T (research bureau) and lecturer at the EPFL and the ENPC, France

Alternative fuels and energy efficiency in transport
Kaj Jorgensen, Risø DTU, National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Overcoming barriers to energy efficiency in household mobility: a Swiss survey among key players of politics, economy and NGOs
Mozhon Z. Sadeghi and Sonja Lüthi, Institut für Wirtschaft und Ökologie, IWÖ, Switzerland