IEPPEC 2014 Conference: Connecting Evaluators of Low Carbon Policies and Programmes 2014

Start/Stop Date:
09–11 Sep 2014
Umweltforum Auferstehungskirche Pufendorfstr. 11 | 10249 Berlin Located near Check Point Charley
Focus Areas:
Policies, energy efficiency, energy savings, reduction of GHG emissins, evaluation
Type of Event:

A Unique Conference for New to Experienced  Evaluators

What can you expect ?
Leading edge approaches to evaluating investment and policy  decisions related to energy efficiency will be at the forefront of the dialogue in Berlin this September - don't miss it if you are interested in evaluating EE investment decisions wherever you are located - our event will feature 80 speakers from the EU, Asia, and North America as they debate the most effective means of assuring that both commercial and community-based approaches to making our economies more efficient are based on common metrics that can be compared across regions and regulatory jurisdictions.   

This is a unique conference.  Paper selection is blind review, papers are peer-reviewed and presented at the conference.  All content is then made  available on our website, at no charge,  for professional evaluators around the world.  

The most productive 3 day investment you can make in advancing your ability to do or use evaluation in meeting today's energy challenges.
This conference features:

  • Over 85 full, peer-reviewed, evaluation papers
  • A two-day poster exhibit
  • Four panel discussions
  • Two keynote sessions
  • And lots of networking time

Student Scholarships  Courtesy of  The Sloan Foundation

Through generous funding, the Sloan Foundation is encouraging students to attend this event. Their funding makes it possible for us to waive the registration fee, and in some cases, to help with travel expenses! Now taking applications.

Students should apply at this link

For more information please follow these links:
Programme Information
Event Site

Organising committee
Stefan Thomas (Wuppertal Institute, Germany),
Charles Michaelis (Databuild, UK),
Jean-Sébastien Broc (independent researcher, France),
Piet Boonekamp (ECN, the Netherlands),