Welcome to the IEA Demand Side Management Programme

The IEA Demand-Side Management Programme is an international collaboration of 16 countries working together to develop and promote opportunities for demand-side management (DSM).

DSM offers solutions to problems such as load management, energy efficiency, strategic conservation and related activities.

The work of the programme is organized through a series of Tasks and reported in a number of publications. It is managed by an Executive Committee (ExCo). Visit the News page for the latest information on our activities.

Articles

Our latest Articles. Please click a heading to read.

Author: David Crossley, Managing Director of Energy Futures Australia Pty. Ltd and Senior Advisor at The Regulatory Assistance Project.
25 Aug 2012
Author: David Crossley, Managing Director of Energy Futures Australia Pty. Ltd and Senior Advisor at The Regulatory Assistance Project.
10 May 2012
Author: David Crossley, Managing Director of Energy Futures Australia Pty. Ltd and Senior Advisor at The Regulatory Assistance Project.
22 Nov 2011
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Columns

Our latest columns. Please click a heading to read.

by Bruno De Wachter, Leonardo Energy, an initiative by the Copper Alliance
27 Sep 2013
by Rod Janssen, Independent Consultant
27 Nov 2012
by Rob Kool, Chairman of the DSM Programme
21 Nov 2012

Workshops

Our latest workshops. Please click a heading to read.

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Latest Calendar Entries

Webinar: 15 January @ 15.00 - Behavioural changes are necessary to get the full impact on energy efficiency. What works and what doesnt?
From: 14 Jan 2015 To: 14 Jan 2015

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Tasks


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Task I realised the objectives, stated in 1994, to develop a database on DSM programmes, the International Database on Energy Effiency Programmes (INDEEP) and to analyse the data (two analysis reports). The task started in 1994 and has continually developed a methodology to collect data and present it in order to aid utilities and governments to design EE-DSM programmes which reach more customers and save more energy at lower cost.

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Latest Reports

Task 20: Report on Best Practices in Branding of Energy Efficiency - September 2014

Task 20: Report on Case Studies in Branding of Energy Efficiency - September 2014

DSM Programme Annual Report 2013

Task 24: The Monster Storybook Subtask 1 analysis

DSM Programme Annual Report 2012

Task 17 - Subtask 9 Report - Summary and conclusions

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 7 Report - Stakeholders involved in the deployment of microgeneration and new end-use technologies

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 5 Report No.5 - Smart metering

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 5 Report No.4 - Photovoltaic at customer premises

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 5 Report No.3 - Heat pumps for cooling and heating

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 5 Report No.2 - Micro-CHP technologies for distributed generation

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 5 Report No.1 - Full electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles from the power system perspective

Click here to download the report. (24/11/2012)

Task 17 - Subtask 8 Report: Assessment of the quantitative effects on the power systems and stakeholders - case studies from Austria and Finland

Click here to download the repor. (24/11/2012)

Best Practices in Designing and Implementing Energy Efficiency Obligation Schemes - Research Report Task 22.

Click here to download the report. (10/8/2012)


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