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Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel leaders: Antonio Gomes Martins & Joanne Wade

Introduction to Panel 1

Making non-energy benefits a real asset and changing professionals’ habits: renew the partnership approach through the DECADIESE method (1-023-15) (1-023-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stanislas Nösperger, EDF - R&D, Département ENERBAT, France
Jean Luc Mazoyer, EDF R&D Energy in building and territories department, France
Estelle Vitt, Mines Paristech – French Institute for Environmental Engineering and Management, France

Beyond energy efficiency: A ‘prosumer market’ as an integrated platform for consumer engagement with the energy system (1-030-15) (1-030-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Yael Parag, School of Sustainability, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Israel

Closing the gap towards net zero energy appliances (1-038-15) (1-038-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Mark Ellis, Mark Ellis and Associates, Australia
Hans-Paul Siderius, Netherlands Enterprise Agency & IEA-4E, The Netherlands
Kevin Lane, Kevin Lane Oxford Ltd, United Kingdom

Living up to expectations: estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households (1-049-15) (1-049-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Mona Chitnis, Sussex Energy Group, SPRU (Science Policy Research Unit), University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Steve Sorrell, Freeman Centre, University of Sussex, Falmer, United Kingdom

The changing utility industry and opportunities to improve energy efficiency: Insights from the U.S., Germany and Australia (1-059-15) (1-059-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Steven M. Nadel, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), USA
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Chris Dunstan, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Dagmar Kiyar, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany

Energy sufficiency policy: an evolution of energy efficiency policy or radically new approaches? (1-060-15) (1-060-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment and Energy, Germany
Lars-Arvid Brischke, ifeu - Institut für Energie- und Umweltforschung Heidelberg, Germany
Johannes Thema, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Michael Kopatz, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy

Once upon a time... How to tell a good energy efficiency story that 'sticks' (1-181-15) (1-181-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sea Rotmann, SEA - Sustainable Energy Advice, New Zealand
Ruth Mourik, Duneworks, The Netherlands
Barry Goodchild, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

Almost best friends: sufficiency and efficiency. Can sufficiency maximise efficiency gains in buildings? (1-081-15) (1-081-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Anja Bierwirth, Wuppertal Institut for Climate Environment and Energy, Germany
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany

Energy efficiency policy and action for multi-family residential building renovation in Central and Eastern Europe: the tale of four cities (1-087-15) (1-087-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Catalina Turcu, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, United Kingdom
Agneta Persson, WSP Group, Sweden

Energy justice? A spatial analysis of variations in household direct energy consumption in the UK (1-159-15) (1-159-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Tim Chatterton, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
Jo Barnes, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
Godwin Yeboah, The Centre for Transport Research, United Kingdom
Jillian Anable, The Centre for Transport Research, United Kingdom

Change from within? Carbon management in commercial real estate (1-163-15) (1-163-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Megan Strachan, Environmental Change Institute (ECI), United Kingdom
Kathryn Janda, Environmental Change Institute, United Kingdom
Bernard McKeown, CO2 Estates, United Kingdom

Competitiveness benefits of energy efficiency: a conceptual framework (1-340-15) (1-340-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Catherine Cooremans, Université de Neuchâtel - Institut de recherches économiques, Switzerland

2XEP: doubling energy productivity in Australia by 2030 (1-383-15) (1-383-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Jonathan Jutsen, Australian Alliance to Save Energy, Australia

The tragedy of energy efficiency. An interdisciplinary analysis of rebound effects (1-355-15) (1-355-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Grégoire Wallenborn, Centre d'Etudes du Développement Durable, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Smart buildings as an integrated grid resource: an assessment of program viability (1-359-15) (1-359-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stuart Schare, Navigant Consulting, USA
Angie Eide, Hawaiian Electric Company, USA

The macroeconomic benefits of ambitious energy efficiency policy – a case study for Germany (1-384-15) (1-384-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sibylle Braungardt, Fraunhofer Institute for System and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Judit Kockat, Fraunhofer ISI
Johannes Hartwig, Fraunhofer ISI
Wolfgang Schade, Fraunhofer ISI

A WICKED approach to retail sector energy management (1-389-15) (1-389-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Kathryn Janda, Environmental Change Institute (ECI), United Kingdom
Julia Patrick, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Ramon Granell, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Susan Bright, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
David Wallom, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Russell Layberry, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Realising Europe's efficiency pipeline (1-388-15) (1-388-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Edith Bayer, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), Belgium

Is economic optimism hampering long term energy efficiency goals? The role of energy system models (1-397-15) (1-397-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Sofia Simoes, CENSE - Centre for Environmental and Sustainability Research Energy and Climate Group DCEA FCT-UNL, Portugal
Luis Dias, CENSE, Faculdade Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Patricia Fortes, CENSE, Faculdade Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
João Pedro Gouveia, CENSE, Faculdade Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Júlia Seixas, CENSE, Faculdade Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

Mapping utility opportunities for energy efficiency and demand management (1-403-15) (1-403-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Chris Dunstan, Institute for Sustainable Futures University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Numbers, stories, energy efficiency (1-415-15) (1-415-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Mithra Moezzi, Portland State University, USA

Capturing the “multiple benefits” of energy efficiency in practice: the UK example (1-424-15) (1-424-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Joe Payne, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom
David Weatherall, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom
Frances Downy, Energy Saving Trust, United Kingdom

Cutting carbon from road transport; lessons from the first decade of focused UK policy (1-426-15) (1-426-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Neil Wallis, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, United Kingdom

Environmental impacts of the French households' final consumption (1-428-15) (1-428-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Laurent Meunier, ADEME, France
Isabelle Vincent, ADEME, France
Eric Vidalenc, ADEME, France

Evaluating the current EU energy efficiency policy framework and its impact until 2020 and 2030 (1-473-15) (1-473-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Barbara Schlomann, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Wolfgang Eichhammer, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Lukas Kranzl, Institute of Energy Systems and Electrical Drives, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Michael Krail, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Tobias Fleiter, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Sibylle Braungardt, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Matthias Reuter, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany

Being human is a market failure (1-477-15) (1-477-15)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Hans Nilsson, FourFact AB, Sweden

Panels of the eceee 2015 Summer Study on energy efficiency:

Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel 2. Energy efficiency policies – how do we get it right?

Panel 3. Local action

Panel 4. Mobility, transport, and smart and sustainable cities

Panel 5. Energy use in buildings: projects, technologies and innovation

Panel 6. Policies and programmes towards a zero-energy building stock

Panel 7. Appliances, product policy and the ICT supply chain

Panel 8. Monitoring and evaluation: building confidence and enhancing practices

Panel 9. Dynamics of consumption

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