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Technical Appendix - Chapter 3 : Improving Energy Effciency

1. Overview
Market barriers 
Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Equipment: Remedies for Pervasive Market Failures
Ralph Cavanagh, National Commission on Energy Policy

2. Buildings, Equipment, Manufacturing, and Industrial Processes
Retrospective Examination of Demand Side Energy Efficiency Policies
Kenneth Gillingham, Richard Newell and Karen Palmer, Resources for the Future
Energy Efficiency Standards for Buildings and Equipment: Additional Opportunities
Greg Rosenquist, Michael McNeil, Maithili Iyer, Steve Meyers, and Jim McMahon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Supplemental Information on Energy Efficiency
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Policy Recommendations for Improving Energy Efficiency Labeling in the U.S.
Ecos Consulting

3. Passenger Vehicles
Translating AVL/ Martec GHG Findings into Fuel Economy Metrics
Daniel Meszler, Meszler Engineering Services
Presentation to National Commission on Energy Policy Regarding the NESCCAF Report: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Light-Duty Motor Vehicles
Tom Austin, Sierra Research

4. Heavy-Duty Trucks
Energy Savings Through Increased Fuel Economy for Heavy-Duty Trucks
Therese Langer, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

5. In-Use Vehicles
Congestion Charging: Solutions for the Escalating Problem of Vehicle Miles Traveled
Staff Background Paper
Cost and Benefits of Congestion Pricing Policies in Selected U.S. Cities
Charles Komanoff, Komanoff Energy Associates
Dealer Incentives for Fuel Efficiency: Are They a Cost-Effective Way to Save Gasoline?
Ecos Consulting

6. Emerging Technologies
Emerging Energy-Efficient Technologies in Industry: Case Studies of Selected Technologies
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Emerging Energy-Efficient Technologies in Buildings: Technology Characterizations for Energy Modeling
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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