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  • Sustainable Buildings + ... The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Markets for energy efficiency. Exploring the new horizonsof tradable certificates schemes (2004-2008)Objective: To generate knowledge about the complexities andimplications of creating tradable certificate schemes for improvedenergy efficiency (so-called ‘Tradable White Certificates Schemes’)Phase 1. To analyse the potential impacts of creating TWC schemes by conducting ex-ante evaluations  Main focus: cost-effectiveness, environmental effectiveness and distributional equity of hypothetical EU-wide TWC schemePhase 2. To identify and estimate the nature and scale of transaction costs under implemented TWC schemes  Main focus: Transaction costs for selected energy efficiency technologiesPhase 3. To analyse empirically estimated market behaviour in TWC schemes by conducting ex- post evaluations  Main focus: trading patterns, economic efficiency, cost-effectiveness, political feasibility, administrative burden and technical changeContact: Luis.Mundaca@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220257; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Markets for energy efficiency. Exploring the new horizonsof tradable certificates schemes (2004-2008)Publications (selected)Mundaca, L. & Neij, L. (2009). A multi-criteria evaluation framework for ‘Tradable White Certificate’ schemes. Energy Policy 37(11):4557-4573Mundaca, L. (2008). Markets for Energy Efficiency: Implications of an EU-wide tradable ‘White Certificate’ Scheme. Energy Economics 30 (6):3016-3043Mundaca, L. Neij, L., Labanca, N., Duplessis, B. & Pagliano, L. (2008). Market Behaviour and the to-trade-or-not-to-trade dilemma in ‘Tradable White Certificate’ schemes. Energy Efficiency 1(4):323-347Mundaca, L. (2007). Transaction Costs of Tradable ‘White Certificate’ schemes: The Energy Efficiency Commitment as Case Study. Energy Policy 35 (8):4340-4354 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: An innovative analytical framework for analysing policyinstruments for improved energy efficiency (2008-2011)Objective: To advance the appropriateness of bottom-up modelsfrom a multidisciplinary energy (efficiency) policy evaluationperspectivePhase 1. Identify and explore the wide range of determinants influencing households’ (non-) adoption of energy-efficient technologies  Main focus: Ex-post studies/evaluationsPhase 2. Analyse how different energy models simulate households’ purchase/investment decisions regarding energy-efficient technology choices  Main focus: Analysis of current models, ex-ante studies/evaluationsPhase 3. Analyse/evaluate policy instruments for improved energy efficiency in Swedish households - using an E-3 (energy-environment-economy) model  Main focus: Use, develop and test model improvements, scrutinise resultsContact: Luis.Mundaca@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220257; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: An innovative analytical framework for analysing policyinstruments for improved energy efficiency (2008-2011)Publications (selected)Mundaca, L., Neij, L., Worrell, E. & McNeil, M. (2010). Evaluating Energy Efficiency Policies with Energy-Economy Models. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 35:305-344Mundaca, L. & Neij, L. (2010). A meta-analysis of bottom-up ex-ante energy policy evaluation studies. In proceedings of the 2010 International Energy Program Evaluation Conference. Counting on Energy Programs - Its Why Evaluation Matters. Paris, France, 2010.Neij, L., Mundaca, L. & Moukhametshina, E. (2009). Choice-decision determinants for the (non) adoption of energy efficiency technologies in households. European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 2009 Summer Study. La Colle sur Loup, France, 2009. The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Policy instruments for efficient energy use in buildings(2008-2010)Objective: To analyze the introduction, technology and marketdevelopment of emergent energy efficiency technologies for buildings,and the role of policy instruments in this developmentPhase 1. Heat pump technology. To analyse in-depth the technology, market and price development of ground source heat pumps in different policy eras  Main focus: Country- and technology-specific ex-post evaluationPhase 2. Energy efficient windows. To analyse to what extent different policy packages can support various learning processes and thus the development and diffusion of energy efficient end-use technologies  Main focus: Policy environment(s) enabling learning for innovationPhase 3. Insulation To analyse to what extent different policy packages can support various learning processes and thus the development and diffusion of energy efficient end-use technologies  Main focus: Policy environment(s) enabling learning for innovationContact: Bernadett.Kiss@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220227; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Policy instruments for efficient energy use in buildings(2008-2010)Publications (selected)Kiss, B., Neij, L. & Jakob, M. (2010). Comparative Diffusion of Heat Pumps: Sweden and Switzerland. In: Global Energy Assessment Report. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Vienna, Austria. Accepted for publication.Kiss, Bernadett & Neij, Lena (2010). The importance of learning when supporting emergent energy efficiency technologies -A case study on policy intervention for learning in energy efficient windows in Sweden. Submitted for publication to Energy Policy.Kiss, B., Gonzalez, C. & Neij, L. (2011). The importance of learning in supporting energy efficient technologies – A case study on policy intervention for improved insulation in Germany, the UK and Sweden. To be submitted for publication to Cleaner Production. The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Experience of Policy Instruments for Energy Efficiency inBuildings in the Nordic Countries (2008-2009)Objective: To learn from Nordic experiences with energy efficiencyin buildings and improve the implementation and evaluation of policyinstruments for energy efficiency.Phase 1. To make a compilation (or inventory) of policy instruments for energy efficiency in buildings in the Nordic countriesPhase 2. To report the results of evaluations of such instrumentsPhase 3. To analyse and discuss how to advance the important learning processes related to policy instruments for energy efficiency.Contact: Kes.Mccormick@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220256; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Markets for energy efficiency. Exploring the new horizonsof tradable certificates schemes (2004-2008)Publications (selected)Kiss, B., McCormick, K., Neij, L. & Mundaca, L. (2010) Policy Instruments for Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Experiences and Lessons from the Nordic Countries. Proceedings of the International Energy Program Evaluation Conference, 9 -10 June 2010, Paris, France.McCormick, K. & Neij, L. (2009) Experience of Policy Instruments for Energy Efficiency in Buildings in the Nordic Countries. Research Report for the Centre for Energy and Resource Efficient Construction and Facilities Management (CERBOF). The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Municipal tools for decreased energy use in new buildings(part of LETS 2050)Objective: To evaluate voluntary and local policy initiatives forenergy efficiency in new buildings and to study their role in a broaderclimate policy context.Phase 1. Case study I – to analyse local dialogue projects within the voluntary agreement of the Building-Living DialoguePhase 2. Case study II – to analyse municipal strategies to ensure energy efficiency in buildings through land allocation agreementsPhase 3. Synthesis of results and incorporation into LETS 2050 scenarios for a low carbon societyContact: Nora.Smedby@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220281; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: INSPIRE - INtegrated Strategies and Policy Instruments forRetrofitting buildings to reduce primary E use and GHG emissions (2010-2013)Objective: To systematically evaluate retrofit strategies and to seekfor adequate and tailored policy packages.Phase 1. To review current policy strategies, actors and networks for more energy efficient and cost effective retrofitting  Main focus: Country-specific ex-post evaluationsPhase 2. To analyse the economic and social dimension of building retrofit projects  Main focus: cost-effectiveness, transaction cost (nature and scale), institutional settings, actors (intermediaries), learning and networking in retrofit projectsPhase 3. Analyse/evaluate/compare policy instruments for energy efficient retrofit projects in Sweden and Denmark  Main focus: best practice strategies (technology, economic, actors, policy) to overcome barriers to energy efficient retrofittingContact: Bernadett.Kiss@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220227; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden
  • Project: Policy intervention for a competitive green energy-basedeconomy (2011-2014)Objective: To generate empirical knowledge about the performanceof policy instruments targeting clean energy technology change, takinga competitive green energy-based economy as the main frameworkPhase 1. To analyse in-depth the linkages and performance of policy driven clean energy investments to foster a transition to a truly competitive green economy  Main focus: Country- and technology-specific ex-post evaluationsPhase 2. To analyse to what extent different policy packages can support the development and diffusion of new energy technologies  Main focus: Enabling processes and local learning environments that foster a competitive green economyPhase 3. To provide policy recommendations for improving the design, choice and implementation of policy instruments  Main focus: Policy, social and market conditions affecting performance of policies. Synthesis of outcomes and dissemination activitiesContact: Luis.Mundaca@iiiee.lu.se; Lena.Neij@iiiee.lu.seTel +46-46-2220257; +46-46-2220222 The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics Lund University, Sweden