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Panel 2. Energy efficiency policies: What delivers?

Panel leaders: Tina Fawcett & Aleksandra Novikova

Introduction to Panel 2

The regulatory arrangements required for a distributed energy market (2-199-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Robert Passey, Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales, Australia
Muriel Watt, Australian PV Association, Australia

Energy efficiency feed-in-tariffs: key policy and design considerations (2-022-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Christopher Neme, Energy Futures Group, USA
Richard Cowart, Regulatory Assistance Project, USA

ACEEE international scorecard self-scoring tool (2-047-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sara Hayes, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, USA

Rethinking energy efficiency delivery – what can we learn from sport? (2-105-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jo Hamilton, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Trading in energy efficiency in Australia: What are the lessons learnt so far? (2-188-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Regina Betz, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Switzerland
Martin Jones, Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, Australia
Iain MacGill, School of Electrical Engineering, Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, Australia
Robert Passey, School of Electrical Engineering, Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, Australia

Reviewing successful and/or innovative policies to drive an energy efficiency strategy: case study for France (2-117-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Carine Sebi, ENERDATA, France
Bruno Lapillionne, ENERDATA, France
Fanny Fleuriot, ADEME, France
Jean-Sébastien BROC, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France

Energy efficiency renovations of single-family houses: importance of economic aspects and suggested policy measures (2-424-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Krushna Mahapatra, Linnaeus University, Dept. of Built Environment and Energy Technology, Sweden
Leif Gustavsson, Linnaeus University, Sweden

Building Expertise: Identifying policy gaps and new ideas in housing eco-renovation in the UK and France (2-138-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Tina Fawcett, ECI, Oxford - Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom
Killip Gavin, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Katy Janda, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

The EU air quality review: What role for energy efficiency, clean energy and demand response? (2-145-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sarah Keay-Bright, Energy Charter Secretariat, Belgium
Christopher James, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), Belgium
Kenneth Colburn, Reglatory Assistance Project (RAP), Belgium

White certificate schemes – can commodification and financialisation of energy efficiency solve energy market failure, or risk just adding to it? (2-148-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Iain MacGill, UNSW (University of NSW), Australia
Stephen Healy, University of NSW, Australia
Robert Passey, University of NSW, Australia

What makes a good policy? Guidance for assessing and implementing energy efficiency policies (2-155-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Lena Tholen, Wuppertal Institut for Climate Environment and Energy, Germany
Dagmar Kiyar, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany
Maike Venjakob, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany
Chun Xia, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany
Vera Aydin, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany

The leading role of the public sector in energy end-use efficiency in the EU: Where do we stand? (2-161-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Veronika Czako, EASME, Italy

Resident engagement strategies in low and zero net energy communities (2-175-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Claudia Barriga, Western Cooling Efficiency Center - UC Davis, USA
Alan Meier, Energy Efficiency Center, University of California, USA
Ben Finkelor, Energy Efficiency Center, University of California, USA
Dina Biscotti, Energy Efficiency Center, University of California, USA
Nicole Biggart, Energy Efficiency Center, University of California, USA
Toshihide Tanaka, Energy Efficiency Center, University of California, USA
Natsuko Enomoto, Tokyo Gas Company, Japan

Barriers to domestic energy efficiency – an evaluation of retrofit policies and market transformation strategies (2-254-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Aaron Gillich, CEREB - London Southbank University, United Kingdom
Minna Sunikka-Blank, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Revising EU Energy label: evolution or revolution? (2-274-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stephane Arditi, European Environmental Bureau, Belgium
Luigi Meli, CECED, Belgium
Edouard Toulouse, ECOS, Belgium

Energy policy in transition: evidence from energy supply and demand in the UK (2-276-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jan Rosenow, The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), Belgium
Darryl Croft, Abelscroft EI, United Kingdom
Nick Eyre, Oxford University, Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom

Methodology for developing ambitious strategies for energy renovation of national building stocks (2-285-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Dan Staniaszek, The Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE), Belgium

Energy efficiency policies in contracting parties of the energy community – an integrative and innovative approach (2-284-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Violeta Mihaela Kogalniceanu, Energy Community Secretariat (ECS), Austria
Borko Raicevic, Energy Community Secretariat (ECS), Austria

Deep Energy Retrofits: Using Dynamic Cash Flow Analysis and Multiple Benefits to Convince Investors (2-302-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Thomas Madry, Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie GmbH, Forschungsgruppe II: Energie-, Verkehrs- und Klimapolitik, Germany
Ralf Schüle, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Vera Aydin, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Daniel Becker, Ecofys Germany GmbH, Germany
Nikolas Bader, Ecofys Germany GmbH, Germany

A global assessment of appliance energy consumption and coverage gaps in energy efficiency standards and labels (2-312-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Neal Humphrey, Collaborative Labeling and Appliance Standards Program (CLASP)
Debbie Karpay, Collaborative Labeling and Appliance Standards Program (CLASP), USA

Meeting legislation and enhancing reputation: Working within the contextual pressures of regulatory, social, economic and other drivers to reduce building energy consumption (2-343-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Craig Robertson, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom
Dejan Mumovic, Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL, United Kingdom

On the way to change of scale: review of NEEAPs’ energy efficiency strategies for buildings (2-354-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jean-Sébastien Broc, B R & C - Ouvre-Boîtes 44, France
Veronika Czako, JRC - Institute for Energy and Transport, Unit F7 Renewable Energy, Italy
Paolo Bertoldi, JRC - Institute for Energy and Transport, Unit F7 Renewable Energy, Italy

Market transformation for clothes dryers: lessons learned from the European experience (2-418-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Christopher Granda, Grasteu Associates, USA
Eric Bush, Topten International Services, Switzerland
Christopher Wold, Collaborative Labeling and Applicance Standards (CLASP)

Effects of energy-efficiency measures and climate change mitigation policy instruments on primary energy use in district-heated buildings (2-417-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ambrose Dodoo, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Leif Gustavsson, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Nguyen Le Truong, Linnaeus University, Sweden

Trading appliance efficiency for electricity subsidies: the potential in emerging economies (2-452-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Anand Gopal, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Greg Leventis, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Amol Phadke, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Stephane de la Rue du Can, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Towards new national policy instruments for promoting energy efficiency in Norway (2-451-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Henrik Karlstrøm, Institutt for tverrfaglige kulturstudier - NTNU, Norway
Marianne Ryghaug, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Knut Holtan Sørensen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

What works and what doesn’t – renovation roadmaps for buildings (2-454-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Frank Klinckenberg, Klinckenberg Consultants BV, The Netherlands
Mia Forbes Pirie, The Policy Partners, United Kingdom

Investment in energy efficiency by large-scale consumers: an innovative audit programme (2-459-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Catherine Cooremans, Université de Neuchâtel - Institut de recherches économiques, Switzerland

Developing dynamic building energy efficiency codes – what can Europe learn from best practice around the world? (2-490-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Niamh McDonald, Global Buildings Performance Network, France
Jens Laustsen, Global Buildings Performance Network, France
Rosa Sitja Gibert, Global Buildings Performance Network, France
Karl Wakelin, independent Consultant, France

Overview and assessment of the energy efficiency and energy conservation policies and initiatives of the Republic of South Africa (2-506-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Theodore Covary, Unlimited Energy, South Africa
Dr Ulrich Avereesch, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbiet (GIZ), South Africa

Accounting for innovation in energy efficiency regulation (2-517-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Margaret Taylor, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford University, USA
Sydny Fujita, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

The Role of NEEAPs, measurement methods and national targets to achieve the EU 2020 energy saving goal (2-522-13)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission, JRC, Directorate Energy, Transport and Climate, Italy
Caiman Cahill, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy

Panels of the eceee 2013 Summer Study:

Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel 2. Energy efficiency policies: What delivers?

Panel 3. Local action and national examples

Panel 4. Transport and mobility: How to deliver energy efficiency

Panel 5B. Cutting the energy use of buildings: Policy and programmes

Panel 6. Appliances, product policy and ICT

Panel 7. Monitoring and evaluation

Panel 8. Dynamics of consumption

Panel 5A. Cutting the energy use of buildings: Projects and technologies

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