Task 1 Subtask 8 – International Database on Demand-Side Management Technologies and Programmes


Task I – Subtask 8 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. The Task started in 1994 and 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.

Achieved Results

The INDEEP database started in 1994 as an international tool for:

  • inspiring the design and planning of new DS and energy efficiency activities
  • comparing the user’s own programmes with similar types of programmes and evaluations
  • providing access to contacts concerning different types of DSM, thus creating a network

By July 2004 the database contained 229 quality controlled programmes from 14 countries.

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Indeep Final Report 2004

Indeep Analysis Report 2004

Task 1 – Subtask 8 Flyer


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Belgium, Denmark, France, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Republic of Korea, Sweden

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Operating Agent Harry Vreuls, Netherlands

Verity Saunders, Australia

Willem de Groote, Belgium
Christian Ferdinand, Belgium
Casper Kofod, Denmark
Herve Lefebvre, France
Toru Matsumura, Japan
Mitsuharu Sugano, Japan
Seungchan Chang, Republic of Korea
Heini-Marja Suvilehto, Sweden

Task duration:  May 1994 – October 2003

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