Panel Panel 5. Energy Efficiency: Investing in Time of Uncertainty

Impacts of Increased Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Transport on Energy Intensive Materials Industries
Joseph Cresko, U.S. Department of Energy
Tina Kaarsberg, U.S. Department of Energy
Joseph M. Roop, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Renewable Energy: A Hedge Against an Uncertain Energy Future
David Beavers, The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Shawn Shaw, The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Alyssa Rosen, The Cadmus Group, Inc.

Thinking Globally: How ISO 50001—Energy Management Can Make Industrial Energy Efficiency Standard Practice
Aimee McKane, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Deann Desai, Georgia Institute of Technology
Marco Matteini, United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Bill Meffert, Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute
Robert Williams, United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Roland Risser, Pacific Gas & Electric

Surviving a Down Economy Using ENERGY STAR® Tools and Resources
Neil Zobler, Catalyst Financial Group

Big Savings Fast: The Industrial Revolution of Efficiency
Steve Baab, Commonwealth Edison
Wendy Tobiasson, KEMA Services, Inc.
Karen Maoz, KEMA Services, Inc.

Expanding the Industrial Assessment Center Program: Building an Industrial Efficiency Workforce
Daniel Trombley, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
R. Neal Elliott, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Anna Chittum, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

Energy Efficiency/Pollution Prevention Intern Programs Provide Low-Cost Alternatives for Implementing Energy Efficiency Projects
David Carter, Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Institute

Get ‘er Done! How to Implement Energy Efficiency Projects by Understanding Organizational Behavior and Decision Making
Mike Bailey, Ecos Consulting
Rich Lauman, Ecos Consulting
Geoff Wickes, Ecos Consulting
Brian Crumrine, Ecos Consulting

Uncertainty, Real Options, and Industrial Energy Efficiency Decisions
Steve Kihm, Energy Center of Wisconsin
Claire Cowan, Energy Center of Wisconsin

A Survey of Corporate Energy Efficiency Strategies
William Prindle, ICF International
Andre De Fontaine, Pew Center on Global Climate Change