2005

Panel Panel 2. Making buildings more energy efficient

Australian methodologies for successful implementation of building energy efficiencies
Stuart Macfarlane, , Energy Conservation Systems Pty Ltd
Peter Szental, Szencorp

Energy efficiency in the refurbishment of high-rise residential buildings
Pedro Guertler, Association for the Conservation of Energy
Winton Smith, Association for the Conservation of Energy

Discussion on the potential impact of the energy certificate on existing housing: the UK as a case study
Minna Sunikka, Delft University of Technology

Energy savings: persuasion and persistence
David A. Eijadi, The Weidt Group
Tom McDougall, The Weidt Group
Kris Leaf, The Weidt Group
Jim Douglas, The Weidt Group
Jason Steinbock, The Weidt Group
Paul Reimer, The Weidt Group
Julia Gauthier, Xcel Energy
Doug Wild, BWBR Architects, Inc.
Stephanie Richards McDaniel, BWBR Architects, Inc.

Efficient energy use and good indoor climate in two houses in Sweden – measurement of building performance
Hans Bagge, Lund University
Lotti Lindstrii, WSP Byggprojektering

The business and technical case for Continuous Commissioning® for enhanced building operations. A case study: Alamo Community College District San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A
Malcolm Verdict, Energy Systems Laboratory
Guanghua Wei, Energy Systems Laboratory

Summarizing an abundance of factors into one: Practical implementation of energy labelling for existing buildings in Belgium
Dries Maes, Vito – Flemish Institute for Technological Research
Johan Desmedt, Vito – Flemish Institute for Technological Research
Guy Vekemans, Vito – Flemish Institute for Technological Research
Madeleine Cantaert, University of Louvain-la-Neuve

The influence of behaviour on the effectiveness of more stringent standards
Y. Boerakker, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands
H. Jeeninga, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands

Integrated design with a focus on energy aspects
Bart Poel, EBM-consult

Savings potential in existing Danish building stock and new constructions
Susanne Dyrbøl, Rockwool International A/S
Henrik Tommerup, Technical University of Denmark
Svend Svendsen, Technical University of Denmark

Making daylighting work. Learning from failures to improve the design and implementation process
Prasad Vaidya, The Weidt Group
Tom McDougall, The Weidt Group
Jason Steinbock, The Weidt Group
James Douglas, The Weidt Group
David Eijadi, The Weidt Group

Energy Performance Contracting: An opportunity for the private service building sector or a tool for public buildings only?
Margot Grim, Austrian Energy Agency

The instrument 'Energy Performance Coefficient' reduces CO2 – emissions in office buildings
Edwin Marquart, SenterNovem
Carmen Heinze, SenterNovem

"Display(TM)" Combining local action with community legislation implementation
Peter Schilken, Energie-Cités
Gérard Magnin, Energie-Cités

Getting to zero – Experiences of designing and monitoring a zero-energy-building: The Science House in Minnesota
Jason Steinbock, The Weidt Group
Tom McDougall, The Weidt Group
Jeff Weier, The Weidt Group
David Eijadi, The Weidt Group

Monitoring the adoption of energy innovations: evaluating competing explanations for application in new office buildings
Walter J.V. Vermeulen, Utrecht University
J. Hovens, Utrecht University
C. Egmond, SenterNovem
H. Korbee, SenterNovem

Assessment of drastic peak demand reduction by gas cooling in Japan
Yozo Okamoto, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Atsushi Sakakura, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Takao Kashiwagi, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

The energy statistics of the Norwegian building network
Ingunn Ettestøl, Enova SF

WISIONS: Fostering sustainable energy projects and spreading good-practice-examples of resource-efficiency
Holger Wallbaum, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Carmen Dienst, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Maike Bunse, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy

Active façades to obtain comfortable low energy dwellings
F.G.H. Koene, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
F.A.T.M. Ligthart, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
K.J. Strootman, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
M.T.N. Ottenbros, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
R. Schuitema, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)

Evaporative coolers: affordable comfort that's easy on the grid
Larry Kinney, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP)

SOLANOVA – "Factor 10"-retrofit of large residential buildings
Andreas Hermelink, University of Kassel

Routes to energy efficiency: complementary energy service products in the UK residential sector
A D Hawkes, Imperial College London
G Tiravanti, Imperial College London
M A Leach, Imperial College London

Enlarging the market for low consumption commercial buildings
Werner Neumann, Municipal Energy Agency
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Peter Garforth, Garforth International llc Energy Productivity Solutions
Adam W. Hinge, Sustainable Energy Partnerships

Integrating renewable energy technologies in buildings – Photovoltaics in the UK
Kirk Archibald, Energy Saving Trust

Inspection and auditing of air-conditioning facilities in Europe – A new efficiency target
Maxime Dupont, Center for Energy and Processes – Ecole des Mines de Paris
Jérôme Adnot, Center for Energy and Processes – Ecole des Mines de Paris

Buildings that learn – the role of building operators
Margrethe Aune, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Robert Bye, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Assessment of distributed generation potential in Japanese buildings
Nan Zhou, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Chris Marnay, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Ryan Firestone, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Weijun Gao, University of Kitakyushu
Masaru Nishida, Kyushu Sangyo University

Valuing low energy offices: the essential step for the success of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
Pedro Guertler, Association for the Conservation of Energy
Jacky Pett, Association for the Conservation of Energy
Zoe Kaplan, Imperial Centre for Energy Policy and Technology (ICEPT)

Sustainable energy shift in the building sector – feasible or infeasible?
Harald Gether, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Kai Nielsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Stein Rognlien, Statsbygg
Jorgen Gether, Gether AS

District heating and passive houses - Interfering strategies towards sustainable energy systems
Philipp Späth, IFZ – Inter-university research centre for technology, work and culture

Thermally activated cooling: a regional approach for estimating building adoption
Jennifer L. Edwards, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Chris Marnay, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Insulating shutters: innovative enhancements for energy saving, comfort, and security
Gerald Cler, Synertech Systems Corporation
Larry Kinney, Synertech Systems Corporation

Home air conditioning in Europe – how much energy would we use if we became more like American households?
George Henderson, Independent consultant

Panel 2. Making buildings more energy efficient Panel leaders: Arne Elmroth, Friedrich Seefeldt Introduction to Panel 2 Valuing low energy offices: the essential step for the success of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive Pedro Guertler, Jacky Pett, Zoe Kaplan Assessment of drastic peak demand reduction by gas cooling in Japan Yozo Okamoto, Atsushi Sakakura, Takao Kashiwagi Savings potential in existing Danish building stock and new constructions Susanne Dyrbøl, Henrik Tommerup, Svend Svendsen Monitoring the adoption of energy innovations: evaluating competing explanations for application in new office buildings Walter J.V. Vermeulen, C. Egmond, J. Hovens, H. Korbee District heating and passive houses – Interfering strategies towards sustainable energy systems Philipp Späth Active façades to obtain comfortable low energy dwellings F.G.H. Koene, F.A.T.M. Ligthart, K.J. Strootman, M.T.N. Ottenbros, R. Schuitema Discussion on the potential impact of the energy certificate on existing housing: the UK as a case study Minna Sunikka Australian methodologies for successful implementation of building energy efficiencies Stuart Macfarlane, Peter Szental ”Display™” Combining local action with community legislation implementation Peter Schilken, Gérard Magnin Energy Performance Contracting: An opportunity for the private service building sector or a tool for public buildings only? Margot Grim Assessment of distributed generation potential in Japanese buildings Nan Zhou, Chris Marnay, Ryan Firestone, Weijun Gao, Masaru Nishida Efficient energy use and good indoor climate in two houses in Sweden– measurement of building performance Hans Bagge, Lotti Lindstrii The influence of behaviour on the effectiveness of more stringent standards Y. Boerakker, H. Jeeninga WISIONS: Fostering sustainable energy projects and spreading good-practice-examples of resource-efficiency Holger Wallbaum, Carmen Dienst, Maike Bunse Buildings that learn – the role of building operators Margrethe Aune, Robert Bye Energy efficiency in the refurbishment of high-rise residential buildings Pedro Guertler, Winton Smith SOLANOVA – “Factor 10”-retrofit of large residential buildings Andreas Hermelink Thermally activated cooling: a regional approach for estimating building adoption Jennifer L. Edwards, Chris Marnay The energy statistics of the Norwegian building network Ingunn Ettestøl Evaporative coolers: affordable comfort that’s easy on the grid Larry Kinney Insulating shutters: innovative enhancements for energy saving, comfort, and security Gerald Cler, Larry Kinney Summarizing an abundance of factors into one: Practical implementation of energy labelling for existing buildings in Belgium Dries Maes, Johan Desmedt, Guy Vekemans, Madeleine Cantaert Inspection and auditing of air-conditioning facilities in Europe – A new efficiency target Maxime Dupont, Jérôme Adnot The instrument ‘Energy Performance Coefficient’ reduces CO2-emissions in office buildings Edwin Marquart, Carmen Heinze Integrating renewable energy technologies in buildings – Photovoltaics in the UK Kirk Archibald Integrated design with a focus on energy aspects Bart Poel Sustainable energy shift in the building sector – feasible or infeasible? Harald Gether, Stein Rognlien, Jorgen Gether, Kai Nielsen Enlarging the market for low consumption commercial buildings Werner Neumann, Paolo Bertoldi, Peter Garforth, Adam W. Hinge Routes to energy efficiency: complementary energy service products in the UK residential sector A D Hawkes, G Tiravanti, M A Leach Home air conditioning in Europe – how much energy would we use if we became more like American households? George Henderson Getting to zero – Experiences of designing and monitoring a zero-energy-building: The Science House in Minnesota Jason Steinbock, Tom McDougall, David Eijadi, Jeff Weier The business and technical case for Continuous Commissioning® for enhanced building operations. A case study: Alamo Community College District, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A. Malcolm Verdict, Guanghua Wei Making daylighting work. Learning from failures to improve the design and implementation process Prasad Vaidya, Tom McDougall, Jason Steinbock, James Douglas, David Eijadi Energy savings: persuasion and persistence David A. Eijadi, Tom McDougall, Kris Leaf, Jim Douglas, Jason Steinbock, Paul Reimer, Julia Gauthier, Doug Wild, Stephanie Richards McDaniel To other panels Panel 1: Strategies and integrated policies -- 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