Energy Efficiency In Household Appliances - Bertoldi Paolo (Curatore); Ricci Andrea (Curatore); Huenges Wajer Boudewijn (Curatore) | Libro Springer 11/1998 -

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Energy Efficiency in Household Appliances Proceedings of the First International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Household Appliances, 10–12 November 1997, Florence, Italy

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 11/1998
Edizione: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999


F. C. Dominioni: Opening Session.- The Issues: J. S. Hoffman: Appliances, Energy and the Environment: The Scale of the Issue.- H. P. Haase: Impact of Energy and Environmental Issues on the Globalisation of the Industry and Markets.- J.-M. Mortier: Energy Consumption of Household Appliances.- S. Nadel: Appliance Energy Efficiency: Opportunities, Barriers and Policy Solutions.- A. Camplani: Energy Efficiency in the Domestic Sector, What Can Utilities Do?.- The Achievements - Standards: I. Turiel: Present Status of Residential Appliance Energy Efficiency Standards - An International Review.- D. E. Miller: The U.S. Department of Energy`s Appliance Energy Efficiency Process Improvement Effort.- C. Samuels: Impact of U.S. Energy Efficiency Requirements on Appliance Industry.- D. M. Nemtzov: The U.S. Experience in Appliance Energy Efficiency: Successful Past, Challenging Future.- P. Bertoldi: European Union Efforts to Promote More Efficient Appliances.- L. Meli: The CECED Commitment for Clothes Washers.- W. Bruens: The EACEM Commitment for TVs and VCRs.- The Achievements - Consumer Information: L. Harrington: Appliance Energy Labels from Around the World.- B. Boardman: Understanding Consumer Behaviour: The Implications for UK Policy.- P. Sieber: The EU-Labelling Scheme: Does it Really Work for Consumers?.- L. Sandhal: Making the Market Force Work: The E-rated Appliances Programme.- M. Martin, J. Wilson: Appliances on the Web: A New Tool to Inform Consumers.- The Achievements - Consumption Patterns: H. Wilhite, H. Nakagami, C. Murakoshi: Changing Patterns of Air Conditioning in Japan.- O. Sidler: End Use Measurement Campaigns of Electricity Specific Uses in the Residential Sector.- A. Klag: Survey of Uses of Domestic Appliances in United Kingdom 1996.- G. Frey: Experience of the Städtische Werke AG (the Municipal Utility of the City of Kassel, Germany) with Rebate Programmes for Energy-Efficient Households Appliances and Lamps Over the Last 4 Years.- P. Wärme: Utility`s DSM Initiative Can Accelerate the Introduction of Energy Efficient Appliances.- K. Jespersen, C. Thorndahl: Utitity`s DSM Initiative Can Accelerate the Introduction of Energy Efficient Appliances, the Danish Experience.- P. Landi: Energy Saving in Houses, Information to Families and Negotiating With Producers. Adiconsum Consumer Association Role in the Matter.- A White Goods/Airco/Water Heaters: H. Lotz: The Achievements in Refrigeration Appliances from the Industrial Point of View.- R. Stamminger: Washing Machines - Latest Developments in Technology.- D. Lanzavecchia: Refrigerators, Freezers and Relevant Standards.- P. Waide: Refrigerators: Developments in the European Market.- R. Trines: Technology Procurement: The Development of the Competition for A-rated Driers.- R. Kemna: Development of the E-Polis Instruments to Evaluate the Country Specificity: The Case of Wet Appliances.- W. Mebane, M. Presutto: The Results of a Consumers Impact Evaluation.- J. E. MacMahon: State of the Art in Economic Evaluation Methodologies and Manufacturer Impact Modeling.- M. Sakulin, E. Schmautzer, M. Hoelblinger: Findings of EU Study on Water Heathers.- G. Rosenquist: Residential Air Conditioners: U.S. Experience and Possible Extensions to the Global Market.- Consumer Electronics and Miscellaneous Loads: B. Huenges Wajer, H.-P. Siderius: Preliminary Results from the Study on Energy Consumption in the TV on Mode.- O. Molinder: Study on Miscellaneous Standby Power Consumption of Household Equipment (light - audio - white goods).- S. Sylvan: Marketing Energy Efficiency in High-Profile Markets.- R. Schmitz: The GEA Consumer Information Scheme.- A. Anglade, D. Beyrand, G. Burle, J. Roturier: In-House Measurements of the Electricity Consumption of Home Entertainment Appliances: The CEMEDA Collaboration.- A. Meier, W. Huber: Results from the Investigations on Leaking Electricity in the USA.- H. Nakagami, A. Tanaka, C Murakoshi, B. Litt: Stand-by Electricity Consumption in Japanese Houses.- Domestic Lighting: T. McGowan, R. S. Bergman: New Efficient Lighting Technologies for the Home.- E. Page, E. Mills, M. Sininovitch: New Energy Efficient Torchieres Ready for Hot Torchiere Market.- P. Davidson: Developing the Specification for a Replacement Incandescent Lamp.- N. Borg: Building Buyer Strength for a Future Bulb.- R. Borsani: European Experiences in Initiatives Concerning Energy Saving in the Lighting Field: Actions Performed by CELMA and CELMA-COMPONENTS.- A. Persson: Market Research on the Use of Energy Saving Lamps: The DELight Project.- G. Jannuzzi, V. Ferreira dos Santos, M. Bittencourt: Implementation and Evaluation of Residential Lighting Projects in Brazil.- S. Allera: Monitoring Domestic Lighting.- S. Thomas, C. Dudda, P. Hennicke: Evaluation of the Joint DSM Action "Bright North Rhein Westphalia" for Efficient Residential Lighting.- The Achievements - Around the World Experiences: A. Ricci, M. Presutto: Results from the Sacha Project.- V. Prochazka: Household Electricity Consumption in the Czech Republic and Effective Ways to Influence it.- X. Dingguo: Energy Consumption and Energy Efficiency for Chinese Household Appliance.- K. Egan: Stories from Asia: Standards and Labeling Successes.- G. Wilkenfeld: Evaluating the Impact of the Australian Household Appliance Energy Efficiency Program.- A. Heydari: Energy Efficiency Standards and Labelling of Household Refrigerator-Freezers in Iran.- The Way Forward - Tomorrow Appliances: J. Norgard: The Next Generation of Appliances: Visions for Sustainability.- H. Altevogt, S. van Egmond: Super Efficient Cooling Needs Effective Policies.- R. Wurch: Tomorrow`s Refrigerators.- D. Clodic, M. Ben Yahia: Last Progresses for Energy Savings for Domestic Refrigerators.- A. Meier: The Next Generation of Energy Test Procedures.- C. G. van Kralingen: Involving other Industries: The Role for the Detergent Manufacturers.- The Way Forward - Tomorrow Actors: P. Grunewald: Greening the Industry, the Evolution of Resource Efficient Products & Environmental Standards.- G. Huis in 't Veld: Environment, Economy and Efficiency: This is What Consumers Will Expect.- J. Swisher: Will Tomorrow`s Utility Supply the Energy Services Domestic Customers Need?.- A. Engleryd, C. Lopes: Step One for Market Transformation: Identify the Actors.- M. Colombier, S. Attali, V. Heulard: Retailers: A Possible Stepping Stone for Promoting Energy Efficiency in Household Appliances.- Conclusions and Recommendations: G. Silvestrini: Climate Change and Appliance Efficiency.- D. Chello: Conclusions and Recommendations.- P. Bertoldi: Closing Speech.- Workshop on Home Electronics: G. Chiabrando: Households: A New IT Market.- R. Formby: New Customer/Utility Services and Communication Media.- H.-P. Siderius: Home Electronic Systems.- M. Suozzo, J. Thorne: Leaking Electricity in the U.S.: Standby and Off-mode Power Consumption in Consumer Electronics and Household Appliances.


There is widespread interest throughout the world in improving appliance energy efficiency. Methods to reach that end include energy labeling, energy efficiency standards and market conditioning (e.g, energy efficient procurement and DSM programs). Energy efficiency standards, which started out as an action to reduce demand for energy in individual countries, has now become a subject of regional and even worldwide dimension, particularly in the context of global climate change mitigation. Mandatory energy efficiency standards are in place for some appliances in China, Canada, Mexico, the Philippines and the United States. Standards for refrigerator/freezers will take effect in Australia and the European Union in 1999. Voluntary energy efficiency standards are in place for refrigerators in Brazil, India and Korea and for air conditioners in India, Japan and Korea. Table I showed potential global energy use reductions from codes and standards in buildings. If individual country data can be assembled, a more accurate approach to estimating potential reductions in energy use and carbon emissions would be to perform a bottom-up analysis for energy using equipment on an end-use basis in as many large developing countries as possible. The impact of standards would be assessed as more efficient appliances replaced existing stock models and new purchases that increased saturation rates were made at higher efficiencies than would otherwise be the case. This approach would show the slow but steady buildup of annual energy savings from efficiency standards or other programs to improve energy efficiency.

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