2005

Panel Panel 5. Evaluation and monitoring

Evaluation of free-of-charge energy audits
Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, SRC International A/S
Peter Bach, Danish Energy Authority

Energy efficiency refurbishment programmes help, but are the end-users doing their bit?
Winton Smith, Association for the Conservation of Energy
Jacky Pett, Association for the Conservation of Energy

Energy efficiency – Political targets and reality. Case study on EE in the residential sector in the German Climate Change Programme
Oliver S. Wagner, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment
Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Energy Environment

What prevents organisations from implementing energy saving measures? Case studies of Norwegian public and commercial companies
Hanne Sæle, SINTEF Energy Research
Pål Næsje, SINTEF Energy Research
Øivind Hagen, SINTEF Energy Research
Håvard Nordvik, E-CO Tech

The theory-based policy evaluation method applied to the ex-post evaluation of climate change policies in the built environment in the Netherlands
Mirjam Harmelink, Ecofys
Suzanne Joosen, Ecofys
Kornelis Blok, Ecofys

Do voluntary agreements deliver? Experiences from Denmark and expectations for Sweden
Agneta Persson, ÅF-Process AB
Erik Gudbjerg, LokalEnergi A/S

Evaluation of automated residential demand response with flat and dynamic pricing
Joel Swisher, Rocky Mountain Institute
Kitty Wang, Rocky Mountain Institute
Stewart Stewart, Rocky Mountain Institute

Assessing the effects of energy efficiency policies applied to the UK housing stock
Les Shorrock, Building Research Establishment

Efficiency valuation – concepts and practice
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Steve Kromer, Teton Energy Partners

Electricity end-use in buildings: a survey of new Member States and Candidate Countries
Bogdan Atanasiu, European Commission
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Silvia Rezessy, Central European University
Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Central European University

Measuring savings target fulfilment in the proposed Directive on energy end-use efficiency and energy services (COM(2003)0739). Developing a framework for a harmonised measurement scheme for energy efficiency improvements in the EU
Randall Bowie, European Commission
Håvard Vaggen Malvik, European Commission

Energy efficiency developments in IEA countries 30 years after the oil crisis
Fridtjof Unander, International Energy Agency

Monitoring based on the logical framework approach: the energy use of dwellings in the Netherlands
Geert Thijssen, SenterNovem
Edwin Marquart, SenterNovem
Carmen Heinze, SenterNovem
Bert van Engelenburg, Bureau Onderwerg

Experience on screening participants of energy efficiency projects
Dagnija Blumberga, Riga Technical University
Valdis Vitolins, Riga Technical University

Comparison of energy efficiency performance of new EU members and Accession countries with the EU-15
Bruno Lapillonne, Enerdata
Didier Bosseboeuf, Ademe

Measuring energy efficiency progress in the EU: the energy efficiency index ODEX
Didier Bosseboeuf, ADEME
Bruno Lapillonne, Enerdata
Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer ISI

Redefining energy efficiency programs for industry based on monitoring results
Johann Flint, SenterNovem
Hans Even Helgerud, New Energy Performance AS
Hans Jacob Mydske, New Energy Performance AS
Roar Fjeld, Enova SF

Monitoring as a secure basis for energy efficiency measures
Peter Sattler, sattler energie consulting GmbH
Kurt Krautgartner, sattler energie consulting GmbH
Claus Weberstorfer, sattler energie consulting GmbH

Cygnet or ugly duckling – what makes the difference? A tale of heat-pump market developments in Sweden
Lars J. Nilsson, Lund University
Max Åhman, Lund University
Joakim Nordqvist, Lund University

A technical procedure for assessment of energy saving by means of Variable Speed Drive in compressed air facilities. Contribution to evaluation and monitoring for the Italian energy saving decrees
Norma Anglani, University of Pavia
Francesco Benzi, University of Pavia

Energy efficiency of industrial motor driven systems
Annegret-Cl. Agricola, German Energy-Agency
Jörg Köhl, German Energy-Agency

Econometric models for distinguishing between market-driven and publicly-funded energy efficiency
Marvin J. Horowitz, Demand Research

Energy savings in drastic climate change policy scenarios
Stéphane Isoard, European Environment Agency
Tobias Wiesenthal, European Environment Agency

Evaluating energy policy instruments using outcome indicators
Lena Neij, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics
Kerstin Åstrand, Lund University

Economic, Environmental and International Trade Effects of the EU Directive on Energy Tax Harmonization
Michael Kohlhaas, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Katja Schumacher, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Jochen Diekmann, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Martin Cames, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Dieter Schumacher, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)

Using program logic model analysis to evaluate & better deliver what works
Lori Megdal, Megdal & Associates
Victoria Engle, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Larry Pakenas, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Scott Albert, GDS Associates, Inc.
Jane Peters, Research Into Acton, Inc.
Gretchen Jordan, Sandia National Laboratory

Evaluation of policies and measures in the residential sector of the EU-15
Stefano Faberi, ISIS
Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI

Panel 5. Evaluation and monitoring Panel leaders: Dagnija Blumberga, Piet Boonekamp Introduction to Panel 5 Assessing the effects of energy efficiency policies applied to the UK housing stock Les Shorrock The theory-based policy evaluation method applied to the ex-post evaluation of climate change policies in the built environment in the Netherlands Mirjam Harmelink, Suzanne Joosen, Kornelis Blok Energy efficiency refurbishment programmes help, but are the end-users doing their bit? Winton Smith, Jacky Pett Economic, environmental and international trade effects of the EU Directive on energy tax harmonization Michael Kohlhaas, Katja Schumacher, Jochen Diekmann, Martin Cames, Dieter Schumacher Econometric models for distinguishing between market-driven and publicly-funded energy efficiency Marvin J. Horowitz Measuring savings target fulfilment in the proposed Directive on energy end-use efficiency and energy services (COM(2003)0739): Developing a framework for a harmonised measurement scheme for energy efficiency improvements in the EU Randall Bowie, Håvard Vaggen Malvik Evaluation of free-of-charge energy audits Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, Peter Bach Evaluation of policies and measures in the residential sector of the EU-15 Stefano Faberi, Wolfgang Eichhammer Energy savings in drastic climate change policy scenarios Stéphane Isoard, Tobias Wiesenthal Cygnet or ugly duckling – what makes the difference? A tale of heat-pump market developments in Sweden Lars J. Nilsson, Max Åhman, Joakim Nordqvist Using program logic model analysis to evaluate & better deliver what works Lori Megdal, Victoria Engle, Larry Pakenas, Scott Albert, Jane Peters, Gretchen Jordan Redefining energy efficiency programs for industry based on monitoring results Johann Flint, Hans Even Helgerud, Hans Jacob Mydske, Roar Fjeld A technical procedure for assessment of energy saving by means of Variable Speed Drive in compressed air facilities. Contribution to evaluation and monitoring for the Italian energy saving decrees Norma Anglani, Francesco Benzi What prevents organisations from implementing energy saving measures? Case studies of Norwegian public and commercial companies Hanne Sæle, Håvard Nordvik, Pål Næsje, Øivind Hagen Monitoring as a secure basis for energy efficiency measures Peter Sattler, Kurt Krautgartner, Claus Weberstorfer Energy efficiency of industrial motor driven systems Annegret-Cl. Agricola, Jörg Köhl Monitoring based on the logical framework approach: the energy use of dwellings in the Netherlands Geert Thijssen, Edwin Marquart, Bert van Engelenburg, Carmen Heinze Comparison of energy efficiency performance of new EU members and Accession countries with the EU-15 Bruno Lapillonne, Didier Bosseboeuf Electricity end-use in buildings: a survey of new Member States and Candidate Countries Bogdan Atanasiu, Paolo Bertoldi, Silvia Rezessy, Diana Ürge-Vorsatz Efficiency valuation – concepts and practice Paolo Bertoldi, Steve Kromer Measuring energy efficiency progress in the EU: the energy efficiency index ODEX Didier Bosseboeuf, Bruno Lapillonne, Wolfgang Eichhammer Energy efficiency – Political targets and reality. Case study on EE in the residential sector in the German Climate Change Programme Oliver S. Wagner, Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Stefan Thomas Do voluntary agreements deliver? Experiences from Denmark and expectations for Sweden Agneta Persson, Erik Gudbjerg Evaluating energy policy instruments using outcome indicators Lena Neij, Kerstin Åstrand Energy efficiency developments in IEA countries 30 years after the oil crisis Fridtjof Unander Experience on screening participants of energy efficiency projects Dagnija Blumberga, Valdis Vitolins Evaluation of automated residential demand response with flat and dynamic pricing Joel Swisher, Kitty Wang, Stewart Stewart To other panels Panel 1: Strategies and integrated policies Panel 2: Making buildings more energy efficient Panel 3: Sustainable transport and land use Panel 4: Market transformation -- Panel 6: Dynamics of consumption Panel 7: New economic instruments