Carl Dalhammar (LL.M., M.Sc., Ph.D., Docent) is associate professor at IIIEE, Lund University. His research interests include law and innovation, government-industry interactions, technology transfer, energy law, and product-oriented environmental law and policy. In his research he has analysed several environmental laws and policies, including the Ecodesign Directive, EU energy efficiency laws, government procurement programs, eco-labelling schemes, energy labelling, the Nordic electricity market, support schemes for renewables, environmental licensing and public funding for cleantech. Carl teaches environmental law and politics in several European and Swedish master and undergraduate programs, and has supervised over 60 master theses. He was invited panel member at the seminar “Energy savings in practice: the role of the EU Ecodesign Directive”, held at the European Parliament in April 2011. He has been invited speaker at many events arranged for policymakers and industrialists, including at the Workshop “Ecodesign as a Tool for Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy”, arranged by the Nordic Council of Ministers in Brussels in June 2014. Carl was panel leader and peer reviewer for the session “Appliances, product policy and the ICT supply chain” at the ECEEE2015 Summer Study.