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9-10 June – Paris, France


DAY ONE:  Wednesday, 9 June (Continental Breakfast Served from 0800 – 0900)

0900 – 1030

Plenary:  Auditorium
Nigel Jollands, IEA and Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Peter Taylor, IEA
Claude Turmes, Vice Chairman, Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance

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(Nigel Jollands - start of recording; Peter Taylor at 10:30 minutes; Claude Turmes at 21:18 minutes; and questions at 42:20 minutes)

1030 – 1100







1100 – 1230

Bottom Up Evaluation

Moderator: Harry Vreuls, NL Agency


Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Program in Geneva

Speaker: Theodora Seal, Institut for Environmental Sciences


Integrating Project Information into a Consistent Report for Policy Impacts: How to Organise the Process? How to Use Monitoring as an Up-to-Date and Practical Management Tool for Energy and Climate Change Programmes?

Speaker: Wenneke Bosshardt, NL Agency


Impact of Energy and Climate Policies Until 2030 – A Detailed Bottom-Up Modelling Approach

Speaker: Barbara Schlomann, Franhofer ISI

Acting Locally, Impacting the Planet

Moderator: Ben Bronfman, The Cadmus Group

Evaluating Support for Local Authorities to Deliver Sustainable Communities

Speaker:  Claire Murray, Energy Saving Trust


Evaluation of Local Energy Agencies Performance

Speaker: Marcello Antinucci, Energy Agency of Modena (AESS)


What Lessons Can We Draw about the Most Evaluated Programme in the Energy Efficiency Sector – the Local Energy Information Centres?

Speaker: Grégory Chédin, Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADAME)


A Home for Evaluation

Moderator: Matthew Murray, Energy Saving Trust


Ductless Heat Pumps for Residential Customers in Connecticut

Speaker: Joseph R. Swift, The Connecticut Light & Power Company

The Sun Devil in the Details: Lessons Learned from Residential HVAC Programs in the Desert Southwest

Speaker: Kevin Cooney, Navigant Consulting


A Household Panel for Energy Efficiency Works Monitoring: A Key Methodology to Assess the Impact of Policies in the Existing Building Sector

Speaker: Didier Bosseboeuf, ADEME

Building and Energy Efficiency

Moderator:  Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission


Transforming a Commercial Boiler Market

Speaker: Ken H. Tiedemann, BC Hydro


Assessment of Building Energy-Saving Policies and Programs in China During the 11th Five Year Plan

Speaker: Nan Zhou, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


The Evaluation of the European GreenLight Programme

Speaker: Silvia Rezessy, European Commission

DAY ONE:  Wednesday, 9 June  Continued

1230 – 1400







1400 – 1530


The Price—Is It Right?

Moderator: Michelle McGuire, Databuild Ltd


Accuracy of Alternative Baseline Methods for Measuring Demand Response Program Impacts

Speaker: Steven Braithwait, Christensen Associates Energy Consulting


Evaluating Residential Real-Time Pricing: Connecting Customer Response to Energy Market Impacts

Speaker: Marjorie Isaacson, CNT Energy

Energy Information and E-commerce: Evaluating the Effect of Life-Cycle Cost Information on Consumer Behavior,

Speaker: Matthias Deutsch, Prognos AG

Hands-on Evaluation—By the Numbers

Moderator: Rudy Rooth, KEMA


Billing Analysis & Environment that “Re-Sets” Savings for Programmable Thermostats in New Homes

Speaker: Pierre Baillargeon, Econoler


Addressing Climate Change by Retrofitting Chicago’s Buildings: The Whole Home Energy Savers Experience

Speaker: Peter Ludwig, CNT Energy


Policy Instruments for Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Experiences and Lessons from the Nordic Countries

Speaker: Bernadette Kiss, Lund University

Back to the Future

Moderator: Kevin Lane, Kevin Lane (Oxford) Ltd.


Learning from the Past and Predicting the Future: Linking Program Evaluations to Energy Efficiency Planning Studies

Speaker: Mike Ting, Itron, Inc.


Integrating Evaluation and Forecasting

Speaker: Rocky Harris, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Evaluating Energy Savings and GHG Emission Reductions in Six Projects in the CIS: A Comparison Between Initial Estimates and Assessed Performance

Speaker: Susan Legro, Eco Ltd

Is Anybody Listening? Evaluating the Impact of Energy Efficiency Communications Campaigns?

Moderator: Charles Michaelis, Databuild, Ltd


Using Theory-Based Evaluation to Assess Communications Approaches

Speaker: Caroline Wilson, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development

Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Impact of Energy Efficiency Advertising Campaigns

Speaker: Matthew Murray, Energy Saving Trust of

Case Study: A Proposed Protocol to Evaluate Energy Savings Communications Campaigns

Speaker: Karen Rousseau, ATEMA Conseil


1530 – 1600


DAY ONE:  Wednesday,9 June – Continued






1600 – 1730

Meeting of Models

Moderator: Mirjam Harmelink, Harmelink Consulting


A Meta-Analysis of Bottom-Up Ex-Ante Energy Efficiency Policy Evaluation Studies

Speaker: Luis Mundaca, IIIEE at Lund University


How to Measure the Overall Energy Savings Linked to Policies and Energy Services at the National Level

Speaker: Stefan Thomas, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy


A Danish Case: Portfolio Evaluation and Its Impact on Energy Efficiency Policy

Speaker: Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, EA Energy Analyses




From the New World: Lessons Learned from Energy Efficiency Program Evaluation in North America

Moderator: Nigel Jollands, International Energy Agency


Emerging Evaluation Issues: The U.S. Experience

Speaker: Edward Vine, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory/California Institute for Energy and Environment

The Tangled Web of Evaluation in the Northeast United States: A Program Administrator Perspective

Speaker: Jeremy Newberger, National Grid


New Benefit-Cost Studies of Renewable and Energy Efficiency Programs of the U.S.

Speaker: Gretchen Jordan, Sandia National Laboratories


Market Transformation

Moderator: Andreas Krüger Enge, Enova


Evaluating the Market Transformation Impacts of a DSM Programme in the Province of Québec

Speaker: Pierre Baillargeon, Econoler


Behavioral Analytics for Use in Causal Attribution in a Market Transformational Energy Efficiency Program

Speaker: Kevin Monte de Ramos, KMDR Recherche

Choosing the Right Tools: How Different Markets and Programs Call for Different Approaches to Estimating Net Savings

Speaker: Lynn Hoefgen, NMR Group, Inc.


Panel : White Certificates

Moderator: Marcella Pavan, Autorità per l’energia elettrica e il gas—AEEG



Eoin Lees, Fellow of the Institute of Energy

Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission

Louis-Gaétan Giraudet, CIRED

Richard Cowart, Director European Programs Regulatory Assistance Project

DAY ONE:  Wednesday, 9 June – Continued

1745 – 1900





Moderator: Jennifer Otoadese, Oxford University Centre for the Environment


Increased Energy Consumption or Energy Savings – Only a Question of Indicator Choice?, Heidi Adensam, Austrian Energy Agency


Data Collection and Management for Bottom-Up Energy Efficiency Monitoring, Heidi Adensam, Austrian Energy Agency


Credible Intervals – A Tool for the M&V Tool Kit, Erin Buchanan, Iowa State University/Cedar Falls Utilities


Evaluating the Use of Opinion Leaders to Diffuse Energy Information and Technology, Anita Davis, University of Colorado Denver


Quantifying Energy Efficiency in Transport using ODEX, Emer Dennehy, Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork

Saving Final or Primary Energy? Lessons from a Flow Approach of the French Energy Balance. Implications on the Value of Energy Standards for Buildings., Ghislaine Destais, Laboratoire d’Economie de la Production et de l’Intégration Internationale (LEPII)


Residential Sector Electricity End Use and Savings, Denis Dineen, Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork


Development of a Strategic Framework to Integrate Monitoring and Evaluation as Part of Organisational Performance Management System, Jennifer Hindson, Energy Saving Trust


Energy Agency

Can Tougher Building Regulations (or Codes) Deliver Energy Efficiency Improvements? A Step By Step Approach, Michelle McGuire, Databuild Ltd


How Was It for You? Using Surveys to Evaluate Behaviour Change Programmes, Charles Michaelis, Databuild Ltd


The Transition to the 1W Limit: Results of the Standby and Off-Mode Measurement and Surveys in the EIE-SELINA Project, Andrea Roscetti, Politecnico di Milano


Energy Efficiency in Brazilian Refrigerators, Emerson Salvador, Eletrobras


Voluntary Energy Savings in Industry: The Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC), K H Tiedemann, BC Hydro


Designing Communication that Changes Behaviour, Caroline Wilson, Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development


DAY TWO:  Thursday, 10 June  (Continental Breakfast Served from 0800 – 0900)

0900 – 1030

Plenary: Nigel Jollands, IEA and Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission
Dian Grueneich, California Public Utilities Commission
Diana Urge-Vorsatz, Central European University, Dept of Environmental Sciences & Policy

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(Dian Grueneich - start of recording; Diana Urge-Vorsatz at 31:00 minutes;  and questions at 1:08:00)

1030 – 1100







1100 – 1230

Finance the Future

Moderator: Guido Mattei,

European Consulting Brussels


Cost-Effectiveness of Energy Efficiency Programs–Evaluating the Impacts of a Regional Program in France

Speaker: Felix Suerkemper, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy


Lessons Learned from the Field: Key Strategies for Implementing Successful On-The-Bill Financing Programs

Speaker: Katherine Johnson, Johnson Consulting Group


The Complementary Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in the Assessment of Public Policies: France’s Environmental Bonus/Malus Programme

Speaker: Nicolas Blanc, ADEME

Measurement and Evaluation of Behavior Change Programs and Initiatives

Moderator: Edward Vine, California Institute for Energy and Environment/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


Evaluation of European Energy Behavioural Change Programmes

Speaker: Lea Gynther, Motiva Oy


The Time for (Behavior) Change Is Now: Applying Social Marketing Principles to Residential Energy Efficiency Programs

Speaker: Jane Hummer, Navigant Consulting


How Does a Business Behave and How Do We Measure That Behaviour? Some Challenges, Approaches and Findings

Speaker: Michelle McGuire, Databuild Ltd


Panel: Top Down Bottom Up Evaluations

Moderator: Pierre Landry, Southern California Edison



Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission

Harry Vreuls, NL Agency

Marvin Horowitz, Demand Research LLC


1230 – 1400


DAY TWO:  Thursday, 10 June - Continued






1400 – 1530

Sowing the Seeds of Change …

Moderator: Kirsten Dyhr-Mikkelsen, Ea Energy Analyses


Community Based Efficiency Programs: They Sound Sexy, But Do They Work?

Speaker: Linda Dethman, The Cadmus Group


Measuring the Impact of Social Marketing and Outreach Speaker: Carmen Barker Lemay, Integrative Growth, Inc.


Efficiency 101 on the Doorstep: Measuring the Impact of a Community-Driven CFL Campaign

Speaker: Chris Granda, Grasteu Associates

Low-Income Energy Efficiency Program Evaluation

Moderator: Federica Stabile, ENEA


Strategies and Challenges in Quantifying Non-Energy Benefits from a Low-Income Weatherization Program

Speaker: Kathleen Gaffney, KEMA, Inc.


Evaluating Low Income Energy Efficiency Programs: Getting Results in California

Speaker: Mary O’Drain, Pacific Gas & Electric Company



Panel: Ready, Aim, Implement: Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Energy Efficiency Targets

Moderator Nigel Jollands, International Energy Agency



Paolo Bertoldi, European Commission

Dian Grueneich, California Public Utilities Commission



1530 – 1545





DAY TWO:  Thursday, 10 June - Continued





1545 – 1730

Industrial Strength Evaluation

Moderator: Iris M. Sulyma, Power Smart, BC Hydro


Cost-Effectiveness of Energy Programs Involving Energy Audits–Results From Sweden

Speaker: Patrik Thollander, Linköping University


Evaluation of Industrial Energy Audits in SME’s

Speaker: Louise Trygg, Linköping University


Improving Industrial Energy Efficiency: How Australia is Addressing Barriers to Change Among the Country’s Largest Energy Users

Speaker: Louise Vickery, Australian Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism


Addressing Data Center Efficiency: Lessons Learned From Process Evaluations of Utility Energy Efficiency Programs

Speaker: AJ Howard, Energy Market Innovations, Inc.



Gearing Up for Evaluation – Transportation

Moderator: Steven Braithwait, Christensen Associates Energy Consulting


Using Indicators to Inform and Monitor an Emissions Based Car Tax

Speaker: Martin Howley, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland

Evaluating the Impact of Energy Efficiency and Co2 Emissions Measures on Private Car Transport Using a Stock Model

Speaker: Hannah Daly, Environmental Research Institute


A New Challenge for the Energy Efficiency Evaluation Community: Energy Savings and Emissions Reductions from Urban Transportation Policies

Speaker: Jean-Sébastien Broc, Ecole des Mines de Nantes



1545 – 1900

Kicking Off the Peer Review of an International Bottom-Up Energy Model— Buenas: Your Expertise Is Needed!

Moderators: Anita Eide and Frank Klinckenberg, CLASP

We are seeking your expertise to review the assumptions and input data of a bottom-up energy model developed by LBNL for Collaborative Labeling and Appliance Standards Program (CLASP) - BUENAS. The model estimates energy consumption and savings and the methodology, detailing assumptions and parameters used, will be presented using a transparent version of the model. Documentation will be provided to allow for a comprehensive review. BUENAS (Bottom Up Energy Analysis System) estimates the global potential for energy savings and CO2 emission reductions in major economies. It is limited in scope to efficiency standards and labeling policies (S&L) for appliances and equipment. It uses detailed forecasts of sales data for specific products or where not available relies on macroeconomic drivers to predict future penetration of efficient appliances using an econometric diffusion model. In order to determine feasible targets for standards, the model makes reference to current standards and planned policies in each market, incorporating these as high efficiency scenarios, or suggesting potential for further improvement—such as planned targets and timelines from CNIS in China, Ecodesign in the European Union, and DoE appliance standards in the United States. A ClimateWorks Foundation global Best Practice Network (BPN), CLASP is a leading international resource on S&L for major appliances, equipment and lighting products. CLASP organizes teams of local and international experts to provide best practice technical advice on S&L policies to governments and agencies working to develop them. For more information about this special session please contact Anita Eide at aeide@clasponline.org.