2022 Plenary sessions

6 June: 18.00–19.30 Opening plenary
What narratives work for energy efficiency?

The plenary takes its inspiration from findings of the Energy Efficiency Watch 4 project and looks at policy implications for Europe.




Presentions for download:

Christiane Egger, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Austria (presentation slides) | Jan Rosenow, Director, Regulatory Assistance Project, RAP (presentation slides)Radoš Horáček, Head of the energy efficiency implementation team in Directorate General Energy of the European Commission (presentation slides) | Claude Turmes, Minister for Energy and Spatial Planning, Luxembourg (no slides available)

The plenary session is part of the Energy Efficiency Watch 4 Project, co-funded by the European Commission.

Tuesday 7 June, 18.00–19.30
How low can we go? Evidence from low energy scenario studies

Chair: Joanne Wade, Association for Decentralised Energy


  1. Sam Betts-Davies, University of Leeds. Title: Evidence from the UK: The Positive Low Energy Futures Study.
  2. Benigna Boza-Kiss, IIASA. Title: Evidence from international modelling: The Low Energy Demand study and beyond.
  3. Nick Eyre, University of Oxford. Title: Evidence from the 2022 IPCC Report.

Followed by Q&A and Panel Discussion

Thursday 9 June, 18.00–19.30
Sufficiency: Making sure everyone has the energy they need


Tina Fawcett, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, UK. Title: Sufficiency: Making sure everyone has the energy they need.

Abdur Rahman, Managing Director PEECA. TitleEfficiency, sustainability, sufficiency – A view from the developing world.

Programme to be confirmed.

Friday 10 June, 16.30–18.00: Looking back at the week.
Closing plenary with all panel leaders. 

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