Running faster towards 2030: Private investment behaviour and IEA’s 3% efficiency improvement challenge

Final CHEETAH project event 

aerial view of Brussels

Where: Fraunhofer Brussels Office, Rue Royal 94, Brussels

Date and time: 26 November 2019

CHEETAH – Changing Energy Efficiency Technology Adoption in Households – has a strong focus on policy design. Its findings rely on representative surveys in more than 15000 households in eight EU countries.

Relying on choice experiments, CHEETAH investigates individuals’ technology choices in response to policies such as energy labels or rebates on the micro level. Furthermore, CHEETAH explores the effects of individual decision-making and policies at the energy system level on EU residential energy-demand for buildings and appliances as well as on macro-economic variables until 2030.

The seminar featured presentations from CHEETAH partners on everything from individual household behavior to the implications on energy demand and the macro-economic implications. 

IEA's presented key findings from two recently released reports: Energy Efficiency 2019, the IEA’s annual tracker of energy efficiency trends, and the World Energy Outlook, the IEA’s flagship publication on long-term future trends in the energy sector. It will also cover the IEA’s efforts to accelerate global energy efficiency action by supporting the Three Percent Club and Global Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency


Speaker Bio's

Barbara Schlomann
Fraunhofer ISI
Joachim Schleich
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Lorraine Whitmarsh
Cardiff University
Jeremy Sung
IEA Energy Efficiency Division
Andreas Müller
Vienna University of Technology
Heike Brugger
Fraunhofer ISI
Emile J.L. Chappin
TU Delft
Matthias Pfaff
Fraunhofer ISI


Welcome and introduction in the CHEETAH project
Barbara Schlomann, Fraunhofer ISI. (No pdf available)

Technology adoption & policy acceptability. Results from the CHEETAH choice experiments
Lorraine Whitmarsch, University of Cardiff, Joachim Schleich, GEM

Highlights from the IEA’s 2019 Energy Efficiency Market Report and World Energy Outlook. Jeremy Sung, IEA

CHEETAH modelling results (energy-system level and macro-conomic modelling)
Andreas Müller, TU Vienna, Heike Brugger and Matthias Pfaff, Fraunhofer ISI, Emile Chappin, TU Delft

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