Part 1: An Introduction to Integrated Resource Planning; A.T. de Almeida. Part 2 IRP and the Environment: IRP, DSM and the Environment; V.A. Rabl. Economic Valuation of External Costs of Fuel Cycles. Testing the Benefit Transfer Approach; S. Navrud. Modelling Externalities - Cost-Effectiveness of Reducing Environmental Impacts; U.R. Fritsche. Development of an Integrated Resource Planning Model for the Evaluation of Emission Reduction Measures on the Supply and End User Level; M. Wietschel, H.-D. Haasis, O. Rentz. Climate Change, Windows, Lighting, and Cooling; A.H. Rosenfeld. Part 3 IRP Modelling: New Developments in Integrated Planning Models; A. Jahn. Powerplan - an Interactive Simulation Tool to Explore Electric Power Planning Options; H.J.M. de Vries, R.M.J. Benders. Dealing with Uncertainty in Integrated Electricity Planning; M. Castillo-Bonet. The Main Problem for DSM Options Analysis - the Need for Valuable Data; E. Golvano. Distribution Load Modelling for Demand Side Management and End-Use Efficiency; C. Alvarez, A. Gabaldon. Part 4 Energy-Efficient Technologies: New Developments in Energy-Efficient Electric Motor Drive Systems; A.T. de Almeida. Advanced Energy-Efficient Lighting Systems - Progress and Potential; E. Mills, M.A. Piette. New Loads in Office Buildings - Opportunities for Improving Efficiency of Office Equipment; J. Roturier, J.P. Harris. Energy Efficient Domestic Appliances - Analyses and Field Tests; J.S. Norgard, A. Gydesen. Alternatives to Compressor Cooling in Residences; H. Feustel, A.T. de Almeida, C. Blumstein. Minimization of Losses in Transmission and Distribution Systems; G.J. Anders. Voltage/Distribution Optimization; N.H.M. Hofmeester, C.J. van de Water. Energy Technology Research and Development Investment Analysis; W. Fulkerson. R&D Needs - Summary and Highlights of Discussion Sessions; T.R. Schneider. Part 5 International Experience: The Electric Power Industry Structure and Integrated Resource Planning; A. Verbruggen. Low Electricity Europe; J.S. Norgard, P.S. Nielsen, J. Viegand. Demand-Side Management in the US - Do we have all the Answers? V.A. Rabl. The German Electricity Supply Companies as Partners for Energy Services - Concepts, Activities, and Results; J. Grawe. Electricity Conservation Programmes and Planning in Italy; F. Cipriani. Demand Management; R. Derks. Elecricity Reform in the NIS - a Recommended Approach; T.D. Davis. Challenges and Potential or Integrated Resource Planning in Developing Countries; P. Meier. Introducing Energy-Efficient Technologies in Developing Countries; A.J. Gadgil.