International Energy Policy and Programme Evaluation Conference

Vienna, Austria

The International Energy Policy and Programme Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC) aims to exchange new ideas, input for current and upcoming debates, experience, feedback, and lessons learned about all stages of evaluations. The theme for this year's event is a reality check, recognizing that 2020 is tomorrow, and evaluation is keeping us on track. At the conference, attendees will explore how evaluation work can tell us about whether we are on track to achieve 2020 targets. Attendees will also consider the ways that evaluations can help upgrade policies and programs to ensure targets will be achieved in 2020 and beyond. Topics to be discussed include:

  • Approaches to evaluating whether countries are on track to meet energy efficiency and greenhouse mitigation goals, including national policy packages
  • What works in delivering energy efficiency and associated greenhouse gas emissions in specific sectors and markets
  • How national and local governments intend to assess 2020 achievements, particularly considering the attribution of impacts to policy action
  • How utilities, NGO, funding agencies, and private companies assess achievements in meeting energy efficiency and greenhouse goals
  • How to integrate evaluation to inform the development of policies to meet the expected 2030 energy efficiency targets

Karen Maoz, Associate Director at Navigant, will present: What is the Value of a Life? Review and Suggestions on Use of EE Measure Lifetime Savings on Monday at 2 p.m.

Frank Stern, Managing Director at Navigant, will present: Evaluation as a Critical Continuous Improvement Element to Meet Long Term Energy Efficiency Targets on Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Ashok John, Senior Consultant at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present: The Impact of The Quality Homes on Indoor Climate and Health: An Analysis of Data from EU-SILC Database on Wednesday at 10:15 a.m.

Your contact

Katja Dinges
Energy Policies
Andreas Hermelink
Urban Energy