Thursday, May 25, 2017

2013 Summer Study Presentations

Below are the 2013 Summer Study presentations which are organised by the program streams and sessions.

Plenary Presentations

 

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PLENARY PRESENTATIONS

Kateri Callahan, US Alliance to Save Energy

The Power Plant in the Room - Tapping our Biggest, Best, and Least Visible Energy Resource

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Steve Nadel, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)

Energy Efficiency: A Global Scorecard (and how to make the most of your Summer Study)

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Hon. Greg Hunt, Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Environment and Heritage

A Plan for a Cleaner Environment and Real Solutions for All Australians

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Robert Tromop, International Energy Agency

Beyond kWh

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Li Tienan, China Centre for Industrial Productivity

Regional Initiatives on EES&L for Lighting Products

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Benoit Lebot, United Nations Development Programme - Global Environment Facility

Bringing Energy Efficiency to the Developing World

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Steve Nadel, ACEEE

Will 2013 be the Tipping Point for Energy Efficiency?

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Markets and Regulation

WATTS IN A NEM?

What does Energy Market Reform Mean for Energy Efficiency and Demand Management

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John Skinner, Australian Energy Regulator

Network Regulation and Demand Management

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Paul Troughton, EnerNOC

Coming Opportunities for Demand Response in the NEM

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Mark Byrne, Total Environment Centre

NEO, the NEM, and Externalising the Planet

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TRANSFORMING MARKETS FOR GREATER ENERGY EFFICIENCY:

International Best Practice

Verena Streitferdt, Institute of Sustainable Futures, UTS

Status of Public Policies in South East Asia for Energy Efficiency

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Scott Bocskay, Sustainable Melbourne Fund

Comparison of Environment Upgrade Financing Models Used in Australia and USA

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Dr. David Crossley, Regulatory Assistance Project

Institutionalising Energy Efficiency in China

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Sven Teske, Greenpeace International

Energy (R)evolution: the Role of Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand Management

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RAISING THE BAR:

Efficiency Standards for Applicances and Equipment

Warren Baldsing, Australian Government Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

Testing Solar Hot Water Systems

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Lloyd Harrington, Energy Efficient Strategies

Unveilling the Mysteries of Refrigerator Energy Consumption and How to Reduce it

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Dr. Kevin Lane, Kevin Lane (Oxford) Ltd.

Raising the Productivity Bar in Australia Above the Current Setting of Just Matching Current World Best Practice

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HOME STRAIGHT:

Energy Standards and Labelling for Residential Buildings

Lloyd Harrington, Energy Efficient Strategies and Beyond Zero Emissions

How Low can we go? Modelling hte Impact of Best Available Technologies and Building Retrofits on Residential Homes in Australia

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Charles Michaelis, Databuild Research Solutions, Ltd

Achieving and 80% Carbon Reduction in the Home: experiences from implementing retrofit for the future pilot projects

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Michaela Tymichova, 3M

Effect of Heat Transfer Management through Glazing on Energy Savings in Residential Sector

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DRIVING PEAK DEMAND MANAGEMENT:

Targets, Markets or Initiatives?

Dr. Gill Owen, MonashUniversity

Demand Response - It's All about the Customer

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Ric Brazzale, Green Energy Trading

A Market-based Scheme for Demand Reduction

Coming Soon

Chris Dunstan, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney

Less Stick, More Carrot: Collaborative Targets Reporting and Incentives for Network Demand Management

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Lance Hoch, Oakley Greenwood

Incorporating Peak Demand Reduction in a National Energy Savings Initiative

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Technology & Practice

THE PRICE IS RIGHT:

How Affordable Solar PV Changes Everything

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Gordon Weiss, Energetics

Does Affordable Solar PV Really Change Everything?

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

Dr. Josh Wall, CSIRO

Automated HVAC Commissioning for Persistent Energy Savings in Commercial Buildings

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Tom Roper, Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council

Financing Energy Efficient Buildings: A Carbon Price is Not Enough

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UNTAPPED RESOURCES:

Energy Efficiency & Demand Management in the Industrial Sector

Peter Harris, Simplot

Energy Savings Through Voltage Reduction

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Bob Robinson, SKM Global

Holistic Energy Efficiency for Mining

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MANAGING PEAK DEMAND:

What's in it for Businesses and Energy Suppliers?

Terry Daly, Energia

Could a Greater Emphasis on Demand Management Hinder Future Energy Efficiency Initiatives

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Bruce Mountain, Carbon Market Economics

Marginal Cost of Expanding the Network and Generation Capacity in the NEM and WA to Meet Peak Demand

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ENGINES OF REFORM?

Mainstreaming Cogen/Trigen, Bioenergy and Gas Fired Local Generation

Jonathan Prendergast, Prendergast Projects

The Application and Potential of District Energy in Australia

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Phil Woods and Wayne Jackson, Sydney Water

Energy Generation Opportunities in the Water Industry

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Felipe Kovacic

Mainstreaming Trigeneration through Precint/District Solutions

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CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER:

Giving Consumers Control of Their Energy Bills

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TITLE

 

Gabrielle Breen, MEFL

Making the Invisible Visible, Consumer Interfaces for Smart Meter Data

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Michael Sachse, OPower

How We are Saving $Billions for Millions of Consumers

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Amy Kean, Pinpoint Earth

Marketing Energy Efficiency to Consumers

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Murray Hogarth, Wattwatchers

A ‘Consumer-Side’ Path for Smart Metering

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RATING AND MANAGING HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS

David Smith, Australian Government Department of Climate Change and Energy Effiency

Getting the Rating Right – Improvements to NatHERS

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Adam Hinge, Sustainable Energy Partnerships

Building Energy Rating: International Overview

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Bruce Precious, The GPT Group

Made in Australia: How NABERS is Leading the World in Improving Commercial Building Energy Efficiency

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Jim Woolcock, Sustainability House

RoboRater: Would you like a million design options with that?

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SOLVING THE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CONUNDRUM:

Awareness + Behaviour Change + Affordability

Amy Brand, MEFL

The Journey Toward Zero Carbon Moreland

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Dr. Nina Hall, CSIRO

Getting Engaged: Securing and Retaining Low Income Participants for Energy Behaviour Change

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Katrina Lee, CHOICE

Not Drowning, Saving

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ALL MOD CONS: The Future of Efficient Appliances

Steven Zeng, Collaborative Labeling and Applicance Standards Program

Appliance Energy Efficiency S&L Development in China: Where are we now, and where to go next?

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Steve Nadel, ACEEE

Smart Approaches to Energy Efficiency, Market Transformations and Other Best Practices

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Government leadership

FINANCING THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY REVOLUTION

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Steven Beletich, Beletich Associates

Beyond Payback: Business Case Sophistication for the Energy Efficiency Industry

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Charles Michaelis, Databuild Research & Solutions Ltd

Pioneering a Flagship Energy Efficiency Retrofit Financing Policy

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Glenn May, NSW Office of Environment & Heritage

Environment Upgrade Agreements – New Financial Drivers for a Retrofit Bonanza

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David Nemtzow, Nemtzow & Associates

‘California Scheming’: Innovative Financing for Energy Efficiency

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT:

Beacons of Energy Leadership in the Community

Rose Read, Northern Alliance for Greenhouse Action

Go 5: Building Energy Literacy

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Paul Murfitt, MEFL

Local Government Carbon Management Framework

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Krystie Race, Penrith City Council

Developing an Overarching Sustainable Building Policy

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WHAT DOES THE CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE PACKAGE MEAN FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY?

Oliver Yates, Clean Energy Finance Corporation

Financing our Clean Energy Future

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Amandine Denis, ClimateWorks

Measuring the ‘Unseen’ Energy Efficiency Activity in Australia’s Transition to a Low Carbon Economy

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Josephine Tucker, SKM Global

Shaping EE Programs for Greatest Value from Corporate Investment

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Christophe Brulliard, NetBalance

Stocktake on Institutional Set-ups, Programs, and Incentives for Improving Energy Efficiency

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TAKEN FOR GRANTED?

Lessons from Government Funded Energy Efficiency Programs

Peter Martin, University of Ballarat

Influence of the Central Victoria Solar City Program on Household Energy Behaviour

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Alexi Lynch, Ironbark Sustainability

Winning Energy Efficiency Grant Proposals: CEEP, LGEEP, and Beyond

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Charles Xu, NSW Office of Environment & Heritage

Evaluation, Measurement, and Verification of NSW Energy Efficiency Program

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Maaike Gobel, Green Energy Trading

Grants vs Certificates – Why Market-based Measures Work Best

Coming Soon

SPHERES OF INFLUENCE:

Precints/Energy Ecosystems/Smart Cities

Allan Jones, City of Sydney

City of Sydney’s 2030 and Energy Efficiency Master Plans

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Paul Murfitt, MEFL

Building Sustainable Communities – A Framework for Sustainable Urban Design

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