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eceee 2019 Summer Study on energy efficiency: Is efficient sufficient?

ISSN: 2001-7960 (online)/1653-7025 (print)

ISBN: 978-91-983878-5-8 (online)/978-91-983878-4-1 (print)

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The following papers have been corrected by the authors since the proceedings were published (and therefore differ from the printed version of the papers).

Panel 3 panel introduction: The spelling of an author name has been corrected.

3-117-19 “Efficiency first in Europe’s new electricity market design – how are we doing?”: Figure 1 and the references to that figure have been corrrected.

3-296-19 “A methodological framework to assess the gaps from national energy efficiency policies to local actions within a multilevel governance system”: Figure 1 has been updated and there are some minor text corrections throughout the paper.

3-361-19 “Building energy efficiency progress in world-leading cities: what do the data show?”: Table 1 and Figure 6 have been revised. In addition to this, some of the other figures have been changed to a higher quality version.

4-105-19 “The pitfall of a single indicator to rule them all? Evaluation of the performance of the French housing stock in the light of various indicators”: Table 1 has been corrected.

7-087-19 “Mapping energy poverty in the EU: policies, metrics and data”: An author has been added to the paper.

7-235-19 “Bridging the gap: integrating energy measures into mainstream home repairs, maintenance and improvements”: The title has been extended.

8-284-19 “Behind closed windows – an actor-centred analysis of barriers for the diffusion of energy efficient ventilation systems in residential buildings”: A footnote with information on project funding has been added.