Vienna, Austria – Demand Side Management (DSM) and Energy Efficiency – Elements for Optimizing our Energy Systems

1 April 2009

Vienna, Austria, 1 April, 2009

Demand Side Management (DSM) and Energy Efficiency – Elements for Optimizing our Energy Systems

Wednesday, 1st of April, 1:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Gartenhotel, Vienna

The workshop brought together IEA-DSM experts and national stakeholders for a mutual knowledge and experience exchange. It made a link to the Austrian representatives of other related IEA IA, like ENARD and 4E.

Besides lectures from IEA-DSM experts, statements from Austrian experts and the energy industry facilitated an interesting discussion. The workshop was organised in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology.

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Programme

Chairman: Boris Papousek, Director, Graz Energy Agency

13:00

Sabine List, Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT)Welcome and Introduction

Hans Nilsson (Sweden), Chairman of the IEA DSM Programme:
Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency in the World – An Overview

Pete Scarpelli (USA), Business Development Manager, Schneider Electric USA:
Demand Response: Results and Experiences in the USA

Barry Watson (United Kingdom), Project Manager, EA Technology:
Smart Metering for Energy Saving and Demand Response

Michael Hübner (Austria), Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT):
Efficient Electrical End-Use Equipment (4E) – Activities of the Respective IEA Programme

15:00 – 15:30 Break

Susanne Eisl (Austria) Enamo, Austria
Energieeffizienz – Ist – Situation und Ausblick für Österreich

Seppo Kärkkäinen (Finland), VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland:
Integration of Demand Side Management, Distributed Generation Energy Sources and Energy Storages – Task XVII – IEA DSM Programme

Helfried Brunner (Austria), Arsenal Research:
System Integration in Electrical Distribution Networks (Smart Grids) and Activities of the IEA Programme – ENARD

Saurabh Kumar (India) Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)
CDM Based DSM Initiative

16:30

Current Situation and Outlook for Austria

Statements from:
Christian Schönbauer, E-Control (regulator)
Gunda Kirchner, Austrian Energy Agency
Hans Zeinhofer, Energie AG / Enamo and chairman of the working group within the association of Austrian energy companies

Discussion

18:00

 

 

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