2007 Snowmass Energy Efficiency Workshop

The Precourt Energy Efficiency Center held a two day energy efficiency workshop in Snowmass Colorado, as part of the Energy Modeling Forum Summer Workshop "Climate Change Impacts And Integrated Assessment (CCI/IA)." Many of the presentations are available below.

JULY 26, 2007

Energy Efficiency Overview: James L. Sweeney, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford University.

Energy Efficiency: Cornerstone of Transportation Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: Dr. David L. Greene, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Economic Efficiency Impacts of Fuel Taxes and Fuel Economy Standards: Ian Parry, Resources for the Future.

Retrospective Examination of Demand Side Efficiency Policies: Richard Newell, Duke University and Resources for the Future.

Energy Efficiency as a Resource: Steve Kline, PG&E.

Energy Efficiency Implementation through Utility-Based Programs - A Focus on California Policy: Audrey Chang, Natural Resources Defense Council.

JULY 27, 2007

Closing the Efficiency Gap: Targets, Policies, and Measures for G8 (and +5) Countries: Richard H. Moss, UNF Expert Group on Energy Efficiency.

Curbing Global Energy Demand Growth: The Energy Productivity Opportunity: Scott Nyquist, McKinsey & Company, Inc.

Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change: Carrie Armel, Ph.D., Precourt Energy Efficiency Center & Stanford Prevention Research Center, Stanford University.

Advancing End-Use Energy Efficiency and Technologies: Marek Samotyj, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).

Energy Efficiency: How Much, How Cheap? A Bottom-Up Engineering-Economics Perspective: Amory Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute.

Modeling Energy Use: Leon Clarke, Page Kyle, Steve Smith, Sonny Kim, Marshall Wise, Pacific Northwest Laboratory.

EPA Modeling for Legislative Policy Analysis: How to Incorporate Energy Efficiency: Eric Smith U.S. EPA.

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