April 2012 Workshop – Current Issues in Demand Side Management, Trondheim, Norway



Current issues in Demand Side Management Where: Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Kjøpmannsgaten 73, Trondheim. When: 18. April 2012, 09.30 – 15.30 Hosts: Enova SF and the International Energy Agency – Demand Side Management Programme (IEA-DSM). Session 1: DSM from the IEA perspective What is the IEA-DSM and what does it do? Rob Kool, Chairman

Current issues in Demand Side Management

Where: Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Kjøpmannsgaten 73, Trondheim. When: 18. April 2012, 09.30 – 15.30
Hosts: Enova SF and the International Energy Agency – Demand Side Management Programme (IEA-DSM).

Session 1: DSM from the IEA Perspective

What is the IEA-DSM and what does it do?
Rob Kool, Chairman IEA-DSM, NL Agency, Netherlands

DSM in the 21st century – Large scale deployment of energy efficiency for sustainable energy systems.
Hans Nilsson, FourFact, Sweden, former chairman of the IEA-DSM Programme

Principal and practical challenges with increasing complexity in the generation system through the DSM integration.
Seppo Kärkkäinen, Elektraflex Oy, Finland

ESCo Market Development: Business Models, Innovations and Lessons Learned.
Jan Bleyl-Androschin, Graz Energy Agency, Austria

International experiences with savings obligations/white certificates.
Richard Cowart, The Regulatory Assistance Project, USA

End user behavioural aspects of Smart Grids.
Linda Hull, EA Technology, UK

Session 2: DSM in the Norwegian context

The future power system – opportunities and challenges
Jan Ove Gjerde, Statnett SF

DSM and Norwegian energy efficiency programs
Audhild Kvam, Enova SF

Marked Based Demand Response – Results from Norwegian research projects. Hanne Saele and Ove Grande, SINTEF, Energy Research.

The DeVID project
Dag Eirik Nordgård, SINTEF Energy Research

Entitled to Energy? How households think about and manage their energy consumption.
Knut Holtan Sørensen, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)