2005

Panel Panel 4. Market transformation

Engaging the small commercial sector: new approaches for solving market barriers
Cyane Dandridge, Strategic Energy Innovations
Jennifer Walton, Strategic Energy Innovations
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission

Initiative EnergieEffizienz: An information campaign on energy efficiency for private households
Annegret-Cl. Agricola, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH
Wiebke Ahrens, Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH

Dynamics of decentralization: The case of micro cogeneration diffusion in Germany
Barbara Praetorius, DIW Berlin
Lambert Schneider, Öko-Institut

The value of Standards and Labelling: an international cost-benefit analysis tool for Standards & Labelling programs with results for Central American countries
Robert D. Van Buskirk, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Michael A. McNeil, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Virginie E. Letschert, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

One size fits all? Policy instruments should fit the segments of target groups
Cees Egmond, SenterNovem
Kris Lulofs, University of Twente

Definition of energy efficiency for personal computers
Kaoru Kawamoto, Osaka University
Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Osaka University
Minoru Mizuno, Osaka University

Standby: where are we now?
Alan Meier, International Energy Agency

The Tunisian standards and labelling programme
Kawther Lihidheb, l'Agence Nationale pour la Maitrise de l'Energie
Paul Waide, International Energy Agency

www.topten.info goes European. How to get Mr. Smith hooked to energy efficient appliances
Sophie Attali, sowatt/ICE
Eric Bush, SAFE, Swiss Agency for Efficient Energy Use

A multi-country comparative evaluation of labelling research
Christine Egan, Collaborative Labeling and Appliance Standards Program (CLASP)
Paul Waide, International Energy Agency (IEA)

Distributed Generation potential of the U.S. commercial sector
Kristina Hamachi LaCommare, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Jennifer L. Edwards, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Etan Gumerman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Chris Marnay, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Decomposing price differentials due to ENERGY STAR® labels and energy efficiency features in appliances: proxy for market share tracking?
John Gardner, Skumatz Economic Research Associates
Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates

Energy Service Companies in Europe: assembling the puzzle. Preliminary analysis of the results to date from the first European ESCO database
Silvia Rezessy, Central European University
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Jerome Adnot & Maxime Dupont, Ecole des Mines de Paris

Energy efficiency of office equipment – Proposal for a policy mix for Germany with an in-depth analysis of labelling strategies
Markus Duscha, ifeu - Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
Dominik Seebach, ifeu - Institute for Energy and Environmental Research

Procool – eco-efficient cold appliances for the commercial use
Bernd Schäppi, AEA -The Austrian Energy Agency
Herbert Ritter, AEA -The Austrian Energy Agency
Claus Barthel, Wuppertal Institut for Climate, Environment and Energy
Laurenz Hermann, Deutsche Energieagentur
Oswald Streif, Verein für Konsumenteninformation

Public sector leadership: Transforming the market for efficient products and services
Jeffrey Harris, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Bernard Aebischer, Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology
Joan Glickman, Federal Energy Management Program
Gérard Magnin, Energie-Cités
Alan Meier, International Energy Agency/OECD
Jan Viegand, Jan Viegand Analysis and Information

New challenges of Japanese energy efficiency program by Top Runner approach
Chiharu Murakoshi, Jyukankyo Research Institute
Hidetoshi Nakagami, Jyukankyo Research Institute
Masanori Tsuruda, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Nobuhisa Edamura, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Techniques for getting the most from an evaluation: Review of methods and results for attributing progress, non-energy benefits, net to gross, and cost-benefit
Lisa A. Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, Inc.

Modelling the effects of U.S. ENERGY STAR® appliance programs
Shel Feldman, Shel Feldman Management Consulting
Lynn Hoefgen, Nexus Market Research
Lisa Wilson-Wright, Nexus Market Research
Angela Li, National Grid

Public Internal Performance Contracting – Managing and financing energy-efficiency measures in public administrations
Wolfgang Irrek, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy
Sophie Attali, I.C.E.
Georg Benke, The Austrian Energy Agency
Nils Borg, Borg & Co AB
Arkadiusz Figorski, Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza
Mariusz Filipowicz, Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza
Nicola Labanca, Politecnico di Milano
Andrew Pindar, Politecnico di Milano
Amalia Ochoa, ICLEI Europe

Panel 4. Market transformation Panel leaders: Tea Alopaeus Sandberg, Hans Paul Siderius Introduction to Panel 4 One size fits all? Policy instruments should fit the segments of target groups Cees Egmond, Kris Lulofs Energy efficiency of office equipment – Proposal for a policy mix for Germany with an in-depth analysis of labelling strategies Markus Duscha, Dominik Seebach Dynamics of decentralization: The case of micro cogeneration diffusion in Germany Barbara Praetorius, Lambert Schneider New challenges of Japanese energy efficiency program by Top Runner approach Chiharu Murakoshi, Hidetoshi Nakagami, Masanori Tsuruda, Nobuhisa Edamura Procool – eco-efficient cold appliances for the commercial use Bernd Schäppi, Herbert Ritter, Claus Barthel, Laurenz Hermann, Oswald Streif Distributed Generation potential of the U.S. commercial sector Kristina Hamachi LaCommare, Jennifer L. Edwards, Etan Gumerman, Chris Marnay Definition of energy efficiency for personal computers Kaoru Kawamoto, Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Minoru Mizuno Initiative EnergieEffizienz: An information campaign on energy efficiency for private households Annegret-Cl. Agricola, Wiebke Ahrens A multi-country comparative evaluation of labelling research Christine Egan, Paul Waide The Tunisian standards and labelling programme Kawther Lihidheb, Paul Waide Energy service companies in Europe: assembling the puzzle. Preliminary analysis of the results to date from the first European ESCO database Silvia Rezessy, Paolo Bertoldi, Jérôme Adnot, Maxime Dupont Standby: where are we now? Alan Meier Modelling the effects of U.S. ENERGY STAR® appliance programs Shel Feldman, Lynn Hoefgen, Lisa Wilson-Wright, Angela Li Public Internal Performance Contracting – Managing and financing energy-efficiency measures in public administrations Wolfgang Irrek, Stefan Thomas, Sophie Attali, Georg Benke, Nils Borg, Arkadiusz Figorski, Mariusz Filipowicz, Nicola Labanca, Andrew Pindar, Amalia Ochoa Engaging the small commercial sector: new approaches for solving market barriers Cyane Dandridge, Paolo Bertoldi, Jennifer Walton Public sector leadership: Transforming the market for efficient products and services Jeffrey Harris, Bernard Aebischer, Joan Glickman, Gérard Magnin, Alan Meier, Jan Viegand The value of standards and labelling: an international cost-benefit analysis tool for Standards & Labelling programs with results for Central American countries Robert D. Van Buskirk, Michael A. McNeil, Virginie E. Letschert Techniques for getting the most from an evaluation: Review of methods and results for attributing progress, non-energy benefits, net to gross, and cost-benefit Lisa A. Skumatz Decomposing price differentials due to ENERGY STAR® labels and energy efficiency features in appliances: proxy for market share tracking? John Gardner, Lisa A. Skumatz www.topten.info goes European. How to get Mr. Smith hooked to energy efficient appliances Sophie Attali, Eric Bush To other panels Panel 1: Strategies and integrated policies Panel 2: Making buildings more energy efficient Panel 3: Sustainable transport and land use -- Panel 5: Evaluation and monitoring Panel 6: Dynamics of consumption Panel 7: New economic instruments