2005

Panel Panel 1. Strategies and integrated policies

Panel leaders: Thomas Guéret & Matthew Leach

The programme should work, but will the stakeholders deliver?
Jacky Pett, Association for the Conservation of Energy
Pedro Guertler, Association for the Conservation of Energy

Development of multicriteria models to classify energy efficiency alternatives
Luís Pires Neves, University of Coimbra and INESC Coimbra
Carlos Henggeler Antunes, University of Coimbra and INESC Coimbra
Luís Cândido Dias, University of Coimbra and INESC Coimbra
António Gomes Martins, University of Coimbra and INESC Coimbra

Energy Efficiency as a key element of the EU's Post-Kyoto Strategy - Results of an Integrated Scenario Analysis
Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment
Vanessa Grimm, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment
Dirk Mitze, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment
Matthias Wissner, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment

Taking energy efficiency to a new scale: the climate change action plan in Nord-Pas de Calais region
Bertrand Lafolie, Conseil Régional Nord-Pas de Calais
Kenya Tillerson, International Consulting on Energy

The Efficiency Utility: A Model for Replication
L. Blair Hamilton, Efficiency Vermont
Michael Dworkin, Vermont Public Service Board
Beth Sachs, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation

Energy planning using strategic environmental assessment – exploring new tools in a Swedish municipality
Anders Mårtensson, Linköping University
Jenny Stenlund Nilsson, Linköping University
Anna Björklund, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Jessica Johansson, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)

Strategic choices: China's challenges of change
Joakim Nordqvist, Lund University

A tangled web: assessing overlaps between energy and environmental policy instruments in place along electricity systems
Sofia Simões, CML-Leiden University and DCEA-New University of Lisbon
Gjalt Huppes, CML-Leiden University
Júlia Seixas, DCEA-New University of Lisbon

Promoting the development of sustainable energy at the local level: the role of community participation
Bryony Mathie, Impetus Consulting
Joanne Wade, Impetus Consulting

A partnership approach to local energy management between European and Asian cities
Peter Webber, Leicester Energy Agency
Manuel Pardo, Leicester Energy Agency
Don Lack, Leicester Energy Agency
Vasco Ferreira, ENERGAIA
Luis Castanheira, ENERGAIA

Local EE and DSM activities in France
Jean-Sébastien Broc, Ecole des Mines de Nantes (DSEE)
Bernard Bourges, Ecole des Mines de Nantes (DSEE)
Jérôme Adnot, Ecole des Mines de Paris
Sandrine Hartmann, Electricité de France

Helping low income customers through energy utility trusts - Does it work?
Eoin Lees, Eoin Lees Energy & Chair EDF Energy Trust

Energy efficiency policy in an enlarged European Union: the Eastern perspective
Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Central European University
Gergana Miladinova, Central European University

Regionalisation: opportunity or barrier?
Zoltan Zavody, Energy Saving Trust

The contribution of energy efficiency to global energy services: the role of policy measures
Paul Waide, International Energy Agency
Rick Bradley, International Energy Agency
Alan Meier, International Energy Agency
Matt Oravetz, International Energy Agency
Satoshi Tanishima, International Energy Agency
Fridtjof Unander, International Energy Agency

Policy packages to achieve demand reduction
Brenda Boardman, University of Oxford

The myths of technology and efficiency: A few thoughts for a sustainable energy future
Benoit Lebot, United Nation Development Programme
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Mithra Moezzi, Ecole des Mines de Paris
Anita Eide, Enova SF

Stakeholder participation in the policy process: what are the effects on the implementation of policy instruments?
Kerstin Åstrand, Lund university
Joakim Nordqvist, Lund university
Jamil Khan, Lund university

Short-term objectives and direct impacts versus long-term energy efficiency: A case study of Norway's energy agency model
Håvard Solem, Enova SF
Andreas Krüger Enge, Enova SF
Anita Eide, Enova SF

klima:aktiv – the Austrian initiative for climate protection
Willy Raimund, Austrian Energy Agency
Michael Cerveny, Austrian Energy Agency
Stephan Fickl, Austrian Energy Agency
Elisabeth Matt, Austrian Energy Agency

PEEREA's role in energy efficiency policy making and delivery in a pan European perspective
Tudor Constantinescu, Energy Charter Secretariat
Rod Janssen, Energy Consultant
Lene Nielsen, Danish Energy Authority

The "European Energy Award" for sustainable communities
Michael Stenitzer, E.V.A. - the Austrian Energy Agency
Margot Grim, E.V.A. - the Austrian Energy Agency

Climate Landscapes® – local and regional policy making for sustainability
Jan Schouw, CEA

Matrices of interaction between policy measures on household energy efficiency in EU-countries
P.G.M. Boonekamp, ECN

Energy efficiency in the UK Energy White Paper – How did it get a central role?
Nick Eyre, Energy Saving Trust
Dan Staniaszek, Energy Saving Trust

Will there be an Energy Efficiency Fund in Germany?
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment Energy
Wolfgang Irrek, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment Energy

Under-use of body energy and over-use of external energy
Jorgen Stig Norgard, Technical University of Denmark

Developing the Energy Efficiency Advice Centre Network into a Sustainable Energy Network
Colin Timmins, Energy Saving Trust
Susan Crowley, Energy Saving Trust

A negawatt scenario for 2005–2050
Thierry Salomon, Izuba Energies
Christian Couturier, Solagro
Marc Jedliczka, Hespul
Thomas Letz, Asder
Benoit Lebot, United Nations Development Programme

eceee 2005 summer study proceedings
Steve Sorrell, SPRU, University of Sussex

Use of online measurement data for electricity savings in Denmark
Peter Karbo, Danish Electricity Saving Trust
Troels Fjordbak Larsen, IT Energy ApS

New governance imperatives for energy planning in liberalised European markets?
Hélène Connor, HELIO International
Robert Gould, HELIO International
Christophe Rynikiewicz, HELIO International
Rod Janssen, HELIO International

Panel 1. Strategies and integrated policies Panel leaders: Thomas Guéret, Matthew Leach Introduction to Panel 1 The economics of energy service contracting Steve Sorrell The programme should work, but will the stakeholders deliver? Jacky Pett, Pedro Guertler Helping low income customers through energy utility trusts – Does it work? Eoin Lees Energy efficiency in the UK Energy White Paper – How did it get a central role? Nick Eyre, Dan Staniaszek Developing the Energy Efficiency Advice Centre Network into a Sustainable Energy Network Colin Timmins, Susan Crowley Stakeholder participation in the policy process: What are the effects on the implementation of policy instruments? Kerstin Åstrand, Joakim Nordqvist, Jamil Khan Development of multicriteria models to classify energy efficiency alternatives Luís Pires Neves, Carlos Henggeler Antunes, Luís Cândido Dias, António Gomes Martins Energy planning using strategic environmental assessment – exploring new tools in a Swedish municipality Anders Mårtensson, Anna Björklund, Jessica Johansson, Jenny Stenlund Nilsson klima:aktiv – the Austrian initiative for climate protection Willy Raimund, Michael Cerveny, Stephan Fickl, Elisabeth Matt A negawatt scenario for 2005–2050 Thierry Salomon, Christian Couturier, Marc Jedliczka, Thomas Letz, Benoît Lebot Promoting the development of sustainable energy at the local level: the role of community participation Bryony Mathie, Joanne Wade Regionalisation: opportunity or barrier? Zoltan Zavody The “European Energy Award” for sustainable communities Michael Stenitzer, Margot Grim Strategic choices: China’s challenges of change Joakim Nordqvist A tangled web: assessing overlaps between energy and environmental policy instruments in place along electricity systems Sofia Simões, Gjalt Huppes, Júlia Seixas Matrices of interaction between policy measures on household energy efficiency in EU-countries P.G.M. Boonekamp A partnership approach to local energy management between European and Asian cities Peter Webber, Vasco Ferreira, Manuel Pardo, Stewart Conway, Don Lack, Luis Castanheira Use of online measurement data for electricity savings in Denmark Peter Karbo, Troels Fjordbak Larsen The contribution of energy efficiency to global energy services: the role of policy measures Paul Waide, Rick Bradley, Alan Meier, Matt Oravetz, Satoshi Tanishima, Fridtjof Unander Climate Landscapes® – local and regional policy making for sustainability Jan Schouw Local energy efficiency and demand-side management activities in France Jean-Sébastien Broc, Bernard Bourges, Jérôme Adnot, Sandrine Hartmann The myths of technology and efficiency: A few thoughts for a sustainable energy future Benoit Lebot, Paolo Bertoldi, Mithra Moezzi, Anita Eide Energy Efficiency as a key element of the EU’s Post-Kyoto Strategy – Results of an Integrated Scenario Analysis Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Vanessa Grimm, Dirk Mitze, Matthias Wissner Will there be an Energy Efficiency Fund in Germany? Stefan Thomas, Wolfgang Irrek New governance imperatives for energy planning in liberalised European markets? Hélène Connor, Robert Gould, Rod Janssen, Christophe Rynikiewicz Policy packages to achieve demand reduction Brenda Boardman The Efficiency Utility: A Model for Replication L. Blair Hamilton, Michael Dworkin, Beth Sachs Under-use of body energy and over-use of external energy Jorgen Stig Norgard Energy efficiency policy in an enlarged European Union: the Eastern perspective Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Gergana Miladinova Short-term objectives and direct impacts versus long-term energy efficiency: A case study of Norway’s energy agency model Håvard Solem, Andreas Krüger Enge, Anita Eide PEEREA’s role in energy efficiency policy making and delivery in a pan European perspective Tudor Constantinescu, Rod Janssen, Lene Nielsen Taking energy efficiency to a new scale: the climate change action plan in Nord-Pas de Calais region Bertrand Lafolie, Kenya Tillerson To other panels -- Panel 2: Making buildings more energy efficient Panel 3: Sustainable transport and land use Panel 4: Market transformation Panel 5: Evaluation and monitoring Panel 6: Dynamics of consumption Panel 7: New economic instruments