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PANEL SESSION #1 Thursday 09:00-10:30

ROOM Wisła
1A Non-financial barriers and renovation investment behaviour
Panel Leader: Dries Acke
European Climate Foundation
Belgium
1A1 Addressing the non-financial barriers - makingthe energy efficiency work
Jan Rosenow
Regulatory Assistance Project
United Kingdom
1A2 Motivations and barriers to renovation
Tomáš Trubačík
Chance for Buildings
Czech Republic
1A3 Support of JASPERS advisory in the preparation of renovation programmes
Marcin Idczak
European Investment Bank, JASPERS
Poland
ROOM Bug
1B Healthy Buildings
Panel Leader: Kristina Klimovich
Buildings 2030
Netherlands
1B1 Energy efficiency in buildings - meaningless without comfort and health of users
Emilia Mladin
Romanian Association of Energy Auditors for Buildings (AAECR)
Romania
1B2 The impact of the quality of homes on indoor climate and health
Ondrej Bores
VELUX CZ
Czech Republic
1B3 The Digital Revolution and Building Performance: Energy Reduction through Data Analysis & Virtual Benchmarking -
Luc Delestrade
Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES)
United Kingdom
ROOM Odra
1C New methods in public procurement (PPP, ESCO)
Panel Leader: Katarzyna Wardal
Knauf Insulation
Poland
1C1 Financing models for energy efficiency upgrades of street lighting: Best practices in Central and Eastern Europe -
Aleksandra Novikova
Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (IKEM)
Germany
1C2 Energy Performance Contracts - SK programme
Roman Dojcak
Slovak Investment Holding
Slovakia
1C3 Using design & build principles in public procurement for building renovation -
Aleš Chamrád
CHAMRAD_LEGAL
Czech Republic
1C4 Taxes and Energy Performance Contract
Ivan Šerić
Investicijski inženjering d.o.o.
Croatia
ROOM Warta
1D Supermarkets and new models for smart, integrated energy systems
Panel Leader: Edith Bayer
IEA
France
1D1 Buildings in the energy transition: How supermarkets can become active players in the energy system
Susanne Tull
Danfoss
Belgium
1D2 Virtual district heating-a new business model for district heating under transformation
Jan Rączka
Alternator
Poland
1D2 Decarbonising the heating system
Dawid Krynski
Veolia Energia Łódź
Poland
ROOM Dunajec
1E Energy efficiency at investment by state
Panel Leader: Dan Staniaszek
Buildings Performance Institute Europe
United Kingdom
1E1 Energy efficiency - a golden resource for your country
Kristaps Zvaigznitis
Ministry of Economics
Latvia
1E1 Revised EU ETS and options for energy efficiency investments in CEE after 2020
Pavel Zámyslický
Ministry of the Environment
Czech Republic
1E3 The energy efficiency opportunity
Sanna Markkanen, Annabelle Roblin
Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
ROOM San
1F Renovation strategies on local level
Panel Leader: Mihai Moia
The Association for Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings - ROENEF
Romania
1F1 Action plans for renovation of public buildings in 4 Bulgarian cities
Dragomir Tzanev
EnEffect - Center for Energy Efficiency
Bulgaria
1F2 The power of cities and towns - how renovation strategies at local level can make a difference (and help the EU to reach its climate goals)
Renate Schindlbeck
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Germany
1F3 Belgrade district energy and building renovation strategies -
Maarten De Groote
BPIE
Belgium

PANEL SESSION #2 Thursday 11:00-12:30

ROOM Wisła
2A How to set up a renovation programme for Multi-apartment buildings
Panel Leader: Anna Ackermann
Centre of Environmental Initiatives "Ecoaction"
Ukraine
2A1 The impact of the ЕЕ programs on training demands in Bulgaria
Ana Pirinska
Bulgarian Construction Chamber
Bulgaria
2A2 Energy Renovation of Multi-family Buildings – Trends in Croatia
Irena Križ Šelendić
Ministry of construction and physical planning
Croatia
2A3 Financial instrument for energy efficiency in residential buildings (multi-apartment)
Roman Dojcak
Slovak Investment Holding
Slovakia
ROOM Bug
2B Active versus Passive housing concept
Panel Leader: Emilia Mladin
Romanian Association of Energy Auditors for Buildings (AAECR)
Romania
2B1 Active House as a tool to empower owners to build to NZEB level
Kurt Emil Eriksen
VELUX A/S
Denmark
2b2 Light, glass and water in the future building envelope
Veneta Novakova
ETEM Bulgaria
Bulgaria
2B3 Passive house concept in Czech Republic
Tomas Vanicky
Centrum Pasivniho Domu
Czech Republic
ROOM Odra
2C Financing models for residential energy efficiency in Eastern Europe
Panel Leader: Besim Nebiu
Habitat for Humanity International
Slovakia
2C1 Financing instruments and key challenges related to residential energy efficiency in Bosnia and Herzegovia  -
Jasmin Gabela
Enova doo Sarejvo
Bosnia Herzegovina
2C2 EIB experience with financing for residential energy efficiency especially in Eastern Europe region
Andreas PIONTEK
European Investment Bank
Luxembourg
2C3 Energy Community and the work with Western Balkans on energy efficiency in buildings
Violeta Kogalniceanu
Energy Community Secretariat
Austria
ROOM Warta
2D Implications of the new Energy Performance of Buildings Directive
Panel Leader: Tomáš Trubačík
Chance for Buildings
Czech Republic
2D1 Web  Register of Energy Efficiency Certificates -
Jasmina Katica
Federal Ministry of Physical Planning
Bosnia Herzegovina
2D2 Improving the quality of Energy Performance Certificates: lessons from the QUALICHeCK project
Peter Wouters
INIVE EEIG
Belgium
2D3 The next generation of energy performance certification
Philippe Moseley
European Commission EASME
Belgium
ROOM Dunajec
2E Implications of the new Energy Efficiency Directive
Panel Leader: Almut Bonhage
Coalition for Energy Savings
Belgium
2E1 Lessons from EED implementation in CZ
Vladimir Sochor
Ministry of Industry and Trade
Czech Republic
2E2 Which lessons can we learn from implementation of the current EED to improve implementation of the revised EED
Lucinda Maclagan
Netherlands Enterprise Agency
Netherlands
2E3 More than counting beans: The role of monitoring and verification of energy savings
Jan Rosenow
Regulatory Assistance Project
United Kingdom
ROOM San
2F Providing local authorities with means to lead the energy transition
Panel Leader: Kristina Dely
Energy Cities
Hungary
2F1 Polish energy efficiency policies: opportunities and challenges for municipalities, with special regards to building retrofit
Anna Jaskula&Leszek Drogosz
The Association of Municipalities Polish Network „Energie Cités” & The City of Warsaw
Poland
2F2 Energy efficiency on a local scale: challenges and opportunities for municipalities through Hungarian examples
Zsuzsanna Koritár
MEHI Hungarian Energy Efficinecy Institute
Hungary
2F3 Energy efficiency financing and ESCO market on the local level, issues and opportunities
Jiří Karásek
SEVEn
Czech Republic

PANEL SESSION #3 Friday 09:00-10:30

ROOM Wisła
3A How to set up a renovation programme for Single-family buildings
Panel Leader: Peter Robl
Knauf Insulation
Slovakia
3A1 Latest developments in "Nova zelena usporam"
Jakub Hrbek
State environmental fund of the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
3A2 SFH programme in RO (Casa Verde) or Energy efficiency in low income communities
Andrei Iorgulescu
Environment Fund Aministration - Ministry of Environment
Romania
3A3 SFH programme in Slovakia
Peter Gergely
Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic
Slovakia
ROOM Bug
3B Macro-economic benefits of energy efficiency
Panel Leader: Jan Rosenow
Regulatory Assistance Project
United Kingdom
3B1 Multiple benefits of energy efficiency - macro economic benefits
Rodolphe Nicolle
Buildings 2030
Belgium
3B2 The macro-level and sectoral impacts of Energy Efficiency policies
Dora Fazekas
Cambridge Econometrics
Hungary
3B3 NECPs: an enormous opportunity to boost investment in energy efficiency
Louise Tideman
European Climate Foundation
Netherlands
ROOM Odra
3C Innovative financial instruments for building renovation
Panel Leader: Karolina Zubel
CASE - Center for Social and Economic Research
Poland
3C1 EUROPACE: unlocking energy efficiency in buildings
Kristina Klimovich
GNE Finance
Belgium
3C2 Post 2020 ESIF for EE
Klára Droznová
Ministry of Regional Development - National Coordination Authority
Czech Republic
3C3 One stop shops and innovative financing for housing refurbishment
Christophe Milin
Easme / European Commission
Belgium
ROOM Warta
3D Monitoring and evaluation of programmes and policies
Panel Leader: Maarten De Groote
BPIE
Belgium
3D1 Evaluation into practice to achieve targets for EE
Lovorko Maric
Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar
Croatia
3D2 Inspection and enforcement of EPCs -
Marcela Juračková
Státní energetická Inspekce/State Energy Inspection Authority
Czech Republic
3D3 Evaluation of renovation programmes and policies -
Helle Carlsen Nielsen/Stephan Schlitzberger
EuroWindoor/IBH Ingenieurbüro Prof. Dr. Hauser GmbH
Denmark
ROOM Dunajec
3E Capacity building - Building a strong advocacy base
Panel Leader: Sofie Freilev Ion
European Parliament
Denmark
3E1 Slovak Programme Building 2050
Katerina Chajdiakova
Budovy pre budúcnosť/Buildings for the future
Slovakia
3E2 Placing EE in the V4 climate policy context
Ada Amon
E3G Third Generation Environmentalists
Hungary
3E3 Using advocacy to open a big market
Lucian Lumezeanu
ROENEF Association
Romania
ROOM San
3F Energy efficiency on local level
Panel Leader: Iva Svobodova
People in Need
Bosnia Herzegovina
3F1 Aggregation of projects in a delivery mechanism for local energy efficiency implementation
Ksenia Petrichenko
Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency
Denmark
3F2 Local actors and integrated planning in modernizing district heating systems.
Edith Bayer&Jan Rączka
RAP&Alternator
Belgium
3F3 Deep renovation of residential MFH. Case studies and strategies
Andrzej Rajkiewicz
National Energy Conservation Agency
Poland

PANEL SESSION #4 Friday 11:00-12:30

ROOM Wisła
4A Renovation of public buildings
Panel Leader: Susanne Dyrbøl
ROCKWOOL International
Denmark
4A1 Energy Renovation of Public Buildings – Trends in Croatia
Ines Androić Brajčić
Ministry of construction and physical planning
Croatia
4A2 Technical assistance to massify the energy refurbishment of public buildings and infrastructures
Christophe Milin
easme / european commission
Belgium
4A3 Financial mechanisms as support to the public sector in renovation and energy management
Samra Prašović
Environmental Fund of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia Herzegovina
ROOM Bug
4B Alleviating energy poverty by building renovation
Panel Leader: Hélène Sibileau
EuroACE (European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings)
Belgium
4B1 Connection between residential energy efficiency refurbishments and energy poverty alleviation
Hanna Szemzo&Eva Gerőházi
Metropolitan Research Institute
Hungary
4B2 Tackling Energy poverty in Bosnia and Herzegovina - When Private and NGO sector join forces
Iva Svobodova
People in Need
Bosnia Herzegovina
4B3 Slovak 2050 buildings vision: demography, economics and energy poverty
Peter Robl
Knauf Insulation
Slovakia
ROOM Odra
4C Multi-annual financial framework: experience from old and lessons for the new term
Panel Leader: Selina Vancane
CEE Bankwatch Network/ Green Liberty
Latvia
4C1 Implementation of EU Funds support scheme to increase Energy Efficiency in Latvia
Ingus Salmins
Joint Stock Company “Development Finance Institution Altum”
Latvia
4C2 EU finance for EE in Pomorskie Region, PL. Flows, channels and pools
Magdalena Pronobis
Office of the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship
Poland
4C3 EU level evaluation on current budget EE focus, on the Commission proposal. Proposal on how to make the new budget work for EE investments in the CEE region
Raphael Hanoteaux
CEE Bankwatch
Belgium
ROOM Dunajec
4D Training of skills for 21st century
Panel Leader: Dragomir Tzanev
EnEffect - Center for Energy Efficiency
Bulgaria
4D1 Getting people ready for the NZEB challenge
Horia Petran
NIRD URBAN-INCERC
Romania
4D2 Training and Quality Assurance for 21st century construction
Wolfgang Hasper
Passivhaus Institute
Germany
4D3 Training needs in BG in passive house projects
Alexander Genchev
EnEffect, Center for Energy Efficiency
Bulgaria
4D4 Best training models, best training results!
Jiří Karásek
SEVEn
Czech Republic
ROOM San
4E Local action to improve quality of life
Panel Leader: Marta Bromboszcz
Energy Community
Poland
4E1 Energy efficiency in buildings: how to accelerate investments?
Andreas PIONTEK
European Investment Bank
Luxembourg
4E2 Enhancing the quality of life in cities by energy and resource efficient revitalization
Joanna Wis-Bielewicz
adelphi research
Germany
4E3 LIFE Integrated Project called “Implementation of Air Quality Plan for Malopolska Region - Malopolska in a healthy atmosphere” – the meaning of ecomanagers in the field of energy efficiency.
Joanna Kiersnowska&Kamila Pakuła
Marshal Office of the Malopolska Region&The city of Gorlice
Poland

A detailed program of the panel sessions is also available for downloading here.