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Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel leaders: Katja Schumacher & Lars J Nilsson

Introduction to Panel 1

We have the facts, but…what is the story? (1-003-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Hans Nilsson, FourFact AB, Sweden

Are international product energy-efficiency policies becoming endangered species? (1-070-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Teemu Hartikainen, Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency, Finland
Alan Meier, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Paul Waide, Waide Strategic Efficiency Ltd., United Kingdom

Rwanda energy landscape (1-049-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Gemma Ituze, Pan African University, Institute of Water and Energy Science PAUWES, Algeria
Jean d'Amour Mwongereza , Pan African University, Institute of Water and Energy Science PAUWES, Algeria
Abimana Colette, Pan African University, Institute of Water and Energy Science PAUWES, Algeria
Michel Rwema, Pan African University, Institute of Water and Energy Science PAUWES, Algeria
Paul Chisale, an African University, Institute of Water and Energy Science PAUWES, Namibia

Energy efficiency potentials in Iran: a precise look to one of the biggest energy producers (1-053-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ali Khodamoradi, Iran Productivity Association, Iran
Faraz Sojdei, Iran

Mind your business: entrepreneurs, their dynamic capabilities, context and new business models for energy efficiency services (1-067-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Ruth Mourik, DuneWorks, The Netherlands
Renske Bouwknegt, Ideate, Neth. Antilles

Do smart homes know what people want and allow them to realize it? (1-085-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Hal Wilhite, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Norway
Rick Diamond, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Stimulating energy sufficiency: barriers and opportunities (1-114-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Edouard Toulouse, NégaWatt Association, France
Hélène Gorge, Faculté Ingénierie et Management de la Santé, Univ. Lille-SKEMA Business School, France
Mathieu Le Dû, Virage-Energie Nord Pas De Calais, France
Luc Semal, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Centre d’écologie et des sciences de la conservation, France

China’s trajectories beyond efficiency: CO2 implications of maximizing electrification and renewable resources through 2050 (1-142-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Nina Zheng Khanna, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
David Fridley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Nan Zhou, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Nihan Karali, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Jingjing Zhang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Wei Feng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

The future of EU energy efficiency policies – a comprehensive analysis of gaps, shortcomings, and potential remedies (1-186-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Carolin Schäfer-Sparenberg, Wuppertal Institute, Germany
Lena Tholen, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany
Katja Dinges, Ecofys, Germany
Uta Weiß, ifeu, Germany
Sonja Foerster, Ecofys, Germany

Creating an interdisciplinary energy lexicon: Working with terminology differences in support of better energy policy (1-267-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Rosie Robison, Global Sustainability Institute, United Kingdom
Chris Foulds, Global Sustainability Institute, United Kingdom

The use of evidence reviews to inform demand-side policy (1-208-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Peter Warren, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, United Kingdom

Reinventing fire: China – the role of energy efficiency in China’s roadmap to 2050 (1-242-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Lynn Price, International Energy Analysis Department, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Nan Zhou, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Yande Dai, Energy Research Institute, China
Jon Creyts, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Nina Khanna, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
David Fridley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Ali Hasanbeigi, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Hongyou Lu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Feng Wei, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Zhiyu Tian, Energy Research Institute, China
Hongwei Yang, Energy Research Institute, China
Quan Bai, Energy Research Institute, China
Yuezhong Zhu, Energy Research Institute, China
Huawen Xiong, Energy Research Institute, China
JIanguo Zhang, Energy Research Institute, China
Michael Bendewald, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Kate Chrisman, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Yi Ke, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Robert McIntosh, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
David Mullaney, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Clay Stranger, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Daniel Wetzel, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Cyril Yee, Rocky Mountain Institute, USA
Zhiya Tan
Ellen Franconi
Josh Agenbroad

Energy sufficiency policy: how to limit energy consumption and per capita dwelling size in a decent way (1-230-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment and Energy, Germany
Lars Arvid Brischke, Ifeu-Institut, Germany
Johannes Thema, Wuppertal Institut, Germany
Leon Leuser, Ifeu-Institut, Germany
Michael Kopatz, Wuppertal Institut, Germany

Benchmarking the EU reference scenario 2016: An alternative bottom-up analysis of long-term energy consumption in Europe (1-316-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Andrea Herbst, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany
Tobias Fleiter, Fraunhofer Insititute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Rainer Elsland, Fraunhofer Insititute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Matthias Rehfeldt, Fraunhofer Insititute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Ulrich Reiter, TEP Energy GmbH, Switzerland

Challenges to achieving low carbon domestic retrofit and its effect on UK employment (1-294-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Malcolm Morgan, School of Earth and Environment, The University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Gavin Killip, Environmental Change Institute Oxford University Centre for the Environment, United Kingdom

Mobilizing climate finance to support energy efficiency (1-297-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Benoit Lebot, International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC), France
Jurei Yada, IPEEC
Zoe Lagarde, IPEEC
Ailin Huang, IPEEC
Enrui Zhang, International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC)

The influence of near zero energy buildings on the future Danish energy system (1-315-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
David Drysdale, Aalborg University, Denmark
Brian Vad Mathiesen, Aalborg University, Denmark
David Connolly, Aalborg University, Denmark

Energy efficiency quo vadis? – the role of energy efficiency in a 100% renewable future (1-318-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Stefan Lechtenböhmer, Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment and Energy, Germany
Clemens Schneider, Wuppertal Institut, Germany
Sascha Samadi, Wuppertal Institut, Germany

Decarbonizing residential space and water heating: The case for electrification (1-329-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Imran Sheikh, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Challenges of designing and delivering effective SME energy policy (1-353-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Samuel Hampton, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Tina Fawcett, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Are current policies promoting a change in behaviour, conservation and sufficiency? An analysis of existing policies and recommendations for new and effective policies (1-362-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission, JRC, Directorate Energy, Transport and Climate, Italy

Policy making by participation – the German Climate Action Plan 2050 (1-385-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Barbara Schlomann, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Germany
Julia Repenning, Oeko Institute , Germany
Katharina Wohlfarth, Fraunhofer ISI, Greece

Energy management: a key driver of energy-efficiency investment? (1-410-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Catherine Cooremans, Université de Neuchâtel - Institut de recherches économiques, Switzerland
Alain Schönenberger, Université of Neuchâtel Institut de recherches économiques, Switzerland

Regulatory update: A twenty-state (US) review of regulatory regimes and effective energy efficiency programs (1-415-17)
This is a peer-reviewed paper.
Robert Neumann, Navigant Consulting, USA
Kathleen Gaffney, Navigant
Randy Gunn
Robert Harrison
Christy Zook

Panels of the eceee 2017 Summer Study on energy efficiency:

Panel 1. Foundations of future energy policy

Panel 2. Policy: governance, design, implementation and evaluation challenges

Panel 3. Local action

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

Panel 5. Buildings and construction technologies and systems

Panel 6. Buildings policies, directives and programmes

Panel 7. Appliances, products, lighting and ICT

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

Panel 9. Consumption and behaviour

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