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Panel 3. Energy management: the nuts and bolts

Panel leaders: Erik Gudbjerg & Liam McLaughlin

Introduction to Panel 3

Demand side management of industries – necessity for a sustainable energy system or step back in improving efficiency? (3-022-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Karin Arnold, Research group future energy and mobility  structures, Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie, Germany
Tomke Janßen, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Energy, Environment, Germany

Energy study of a manufacturing plant (3-038-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Chloe Desdouits, Schneider Electric / Gipsa-lab / LIRMM, France
Claude Le Pape, Schneider Electric, France
Jean-Louis Bergerand, Schneider Electric, France
Dimitri Yanculovici, Orange Business Services, France
Pierre-Alexis Berseneff, France

Behavioral change based energy efficiency at Volvo Construction Equipment, Braås, Sweden (3-024-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Krushna Mahapatra, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Rickard Alm, Volvo Construction Equipment AB, Sweden
Ramona Hallgren, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Lena Bischoff, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Nil Tuglu, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Le Kuai, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Ye Yang, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Ibrahim Umoru, Linnaeus University, Sweden

Can we improve energy performance if we can't quantify it? (3-136-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Luis Marques, GEN Europe, Spain
Liam McLaughlin, GEN Europe
Marco Matteini, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Andrea Lopez, GEN Europe

Why energy management in industrial organizations needs a refresh (3-045-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Sophie Chirez, DNV-GL, Belgium

Tackling the efficiency gap with capacity building in industrial energy optimisation (3-052-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Rita Werle, Impact Energy, Switzerland
Conrad U. Brunner, Impact Energy, Switzerland
Rolf Tieben, Impact Energy, Switzerland

Energy management: a driver to sustainable behavioural change in companies (3-063-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Thomas Björkman, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden
Catherine Cooremans, University of Geneva, Institute for Environmental Studies, Switzerland
Therese Nehler, Linköping University, Sweden
Patrik Thollander, Linköping University, Sweden

The value of regression models in determining industrial energy savings (3-079-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Peter Therkelsen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Prakash Rao, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Darren Sholes, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
William Meffert, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Frederick Randy Green, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Sachin Nimbalkar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Aimee McKane, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

How can energy audits and energy management be promoted amongst SMEs? A review of policy instruments in the EU-28 and beyond (3-081-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Lisa Nabitz, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Simon Hirzel, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Clemens Rohde, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Katharina Wohlfarth, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Ian Behling, Ricardo Energy & Environment, United Kingdom
Rebecca Turner, Ricardo Energy & Environment, United Kingdom

Idle electricity as energy conservation within Volvo Construction Equipment (3-083-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Johan Wollin, Volvo Construction Equipment, Belgium
Josefine Rasmussen, Department of Management and Engineering (IEI), Division of Business Administration, Linköping University, Sweden
Patrik Thollander, Department of Management and Engineering (IEI), Division of Energy Systems, Linköping University, Sweden
Per-Erik Johansson, Dynamate Industrial Services AB, Sweden
Therese Nehler, Linköping university, IEI/Department of Management and Engineering, The division of Energy Systems, Sweden

ISO 50001 isn’t the goal. It’s the launching point. (3-085-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Chad Gilless, EnerNOC Inc., USA

Linking Energy Management Systems and Motor Efficiency Improvements (3-089-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Chad Gallinat, Department of Energy (DOE), USA
Terry Brennan, Natural Resources Canada, Canada
Bob Fraser, Natural Resources Canada, Canada
Maarten van Werkhoven, EMSA Secretariat, The Netherlands
Rita Werle, EMSA Secretariat, Switzerland
Stephane de la Rue du Can, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

New robes for NEB research – open and expanding data (3-091-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Ida Stokkebye Christiansen, Ea Energy Analyses, Denmark
Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, Ea Energy Analyses, Denmark
Erik Gudbjerg, Your Energy, Denmark

Theoretical analysis of steam generation methods – energy, CO2 emission, and cost analysis (3-093-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Frédéric Bless, NTB University of Applied Sciences of Technology Buchs, Switzerland
Cordin Arpagaus, NTB University of Applied Sciences of Technology Buchs, Switzerland
Stefan Bertsch, NTB University of Applied Sciences of Technology Buchs, Switzerland
Jürg Schiffmann, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Laboratory for Applied Mechanical Design), Switzerland

Benchmarking energy performance of industrial small and medium-sized enterprises (3-105-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Elias Andersson, Department of Management and Engineering / Energy Systems at Linköping University, Sweden
Oskar Arfwidsson

Energy management centre (EnMC): reducing the effort for implementing energy efficiency measures (3-109-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Georg Ratjen, Adelphi Research GmbH, Germany

Innovation in industrial energy efficiency controlling and its contribution towards the transition of the energy sector (3-110-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Arne Grein, ÖKOTEC Energiemanagement GmbH, Germany

How should energy efficiency in industry be defined? (3-113-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Glenn Widerström, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden

National programs to build capacity for effective ISO 50001 implementation in North America (3-117-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Paul Sheaffer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Aimee McKane, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Peter Therkelsen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Graziella Siciliano, US Department of Energy, USA
Noé Villegas Alcántar, National Commission for the Efficient Use of Energy, Mexico
Fabian Allard, Natural Resources Canada, Canada

Steam, energy and management practises: how is the industry doing? (3-124-16)
Peer-reviewed paper
Ronald Vermeeren, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, The Netherlands

TIPCHECK energy audits applied: Saint-Gobain Isover best practice energy management programme to utilize saving potentials of thermal efficiency in energy-intense industrial plants (3-138-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Michael Berger, Saint-Gobain Isover G+H AG, BUTI, Germany

A multi-model approach to provide insight into energy efficiency gains in Industry. (3-149-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Tomás Mac Uidhir, University College Cork, Ireland
Fionn Rogan, University College Cork, Ireland
Brian Ó Gallachóir, University College Cork, Ireland

EE through the EnMS lens: energy management systems and its increasing role in addressing industrial energy efficiency (3-167-16)
This is a non-peer reviewed extended abstract. No paper available.
Yeen Chan, ICF International, United Kingdom
Michael Dewitt, ICF International, Canada

Panels of the eceee Industrial Summer Study proceedings –Industrial Efficiency 2016:

Panel 1. Policies and programmes

Panel 2. Sustainable production design and supply chain initiatives

Panel 3. Energy management: the nuts and bolts

Panel 4. Technology, products and systems

Panel 5. Business models and financing: established practice and innovative approaches

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