Thursday, August 25, 2016

2012 Summer Study Presentations

Below are the 2012 Summer Study presentations which are organised by the program streams and sessions.

Plenary Presentations

 

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PLENARY PRESENTATIONS

Steve Nadel, ACEEE (USA)

Summer Studies – What are They All About?

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Andrew Bailey, Dept of Climate Change & Energy Efficiency

The Importance of Energy Efficiency to Australia’s Climate Change Policy

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David Sweet, WADE (USA)

Think Globally, Generate Locally: The Distributed Generation Revolution

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Wanxing Wang, The China Sustainable Energy Program (CHINA)

Energy Efficiency and Demand Management in China

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Laura Van Wie McGrory, The Alliance to Save Energy (USA)

Promoting Energy Efficiency, One City at a Time

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Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive, Energy Saving Trust (UK)

Marketing Energy Efficiency: Experience in the UK Market

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Markets and Regulation

1A. MAINSTREAMING ENERGY EFFICIENCY: ARE WHITE CERTIFICATES ‘THE NEW BLACK?’

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David Crossley, The Regulatory Assistance Project; Co-author Sam Swanson, The Regulatory Assistance Project

Effective Energy Efficiency Obligations

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Iain McGill, Centre for Energy & Environment Markets

White Certificates –The New Black, Some New Grey or Now Passé?

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April Muirden, Dept of Primary Industry (Vic)

The Energy Saver Incentive: Learnings From a White Certificate Scheme

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Margaret Sniffin, NSW IPART

The NSW Energy Savings Scheme: An Effective Model for a National Energy Savings Initiative?

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Ric Brazzale, Green Energy Trading

White Certificate Schemes Driving Investment in Australia

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1B. INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE 1: IN EFFICIENCY FOCUSSED CARBON MITIGATION POLICY

Grayson Heffner, International Energy Agency

Could Do Better:  Best Practice Energy Efficiency Policy

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Mark Ellis, Mark Ellis & Associates

Energy Efficiency Compliance Regimes in APEC Economies

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Frank Klinckenberg, Klinckenberg Consultants (Netherlands)

Jump – But How High? 

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Hugh Saddler, Sustainability Advice Team

The Need for Better Data to Assess and Design Energy Efficiency Policy

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2A. INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE 2: EFFECTIVE POLICIES FOR DEMAND MANAGEMENT

Steve Nadel, ACEEE (USA)

The Big Switch: Can We Turn Power Companies into Sustainability Businesses?

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Lara Ettenson, Natural Resources Defence Council (USA)

Key Policies to Reform the Utility Business Model and Reduce Absolute Energy Demand

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Amandine Denis, ClimateWorks Australia

Improving Impact Measurement to Make the Most of Demand Management

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Cary Bloyd, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Introduction and Progress of the APEC Smart Grid Initiative

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2B. WATTS IN A NEM?:         REFORMING THE NATIONAL ELECTRICITY MARKET  FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

Craig Memery, Alternative Technology Association

Unsplitting the Atom: Overcoming Split Incentives in the Australian National Energy Market

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Glen Wright, Total Environment Centre

Systemic Biases in the NEM: Barriers to Greater Demand-side Participation

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Anna Skarbek, ClimateWorks Australia

Reforming the NEM to Unblock Barriers to Cogeneration

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Chris Dunstan, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS & Australian Alliance to Save Energy

How Well Does the National Electricity Market Serve Australia?

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3A. RAISING THE BAR: EFFICIENCY STANDARDS FOR APPLIANCES AND EQUIPMENT

Jack Brown, Energy Efficient Strategies

Assessing Trends in Standby Power in Australia – The Challenges of Crafting a Policy to Fit the Ugly Reality

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Steven Beletich, Beletich Associates  & Lloyd Harrington, Energy Efficient Strategies

Let There Be Light: What We Know and Where We Are Going With Lighting in Australia

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Alan Meier, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA)

How Smart Appliances Could Transform Energy Labels

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Kevin Lane, Oxford Ltd (UK)

Using Technology Forcing Standards to Raise the Bar

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3B. RAISING THE BAR: EFFICIENCY STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

Stephen Berry, University of South Australia

Pushing Toward Net Zero Carbon Homes

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Wendy Miller & Professor John Bell, Queensland University of Technology

Post-Occupancy Performance Assessment of Building Envelope, Appliances & Energy Supply/Demand of Contemporary Sub-Tropical Sustainable Homes

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Gordon McAllister, Dept of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

The Cost of Complying with Energy Efficiency Standards for New Houses

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Robert Foster, Energy Efficient Strategies

The Value of Ceiling Insulation and the Home Insulation Program

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Technology & Practice

4. LEARNING FROM THE LEADERS: JOURNEYS TO EFFECTIVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS

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Dominic Zaal, Dept of Resources, Energy & Tourism

Improving Industrial Energy Performance

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Graham Bryant, Simplot

Energy Efficiency Leadership

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Rosemary Bissett, National Australia Bank

Energy Efficiency: Alignment with Business Strategy & Corporate Identity

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Daniel Cooper, Sydney Water

Journeys to Effective Energy Efficiency Programs – Making the Business Case

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Sally-Anne Rowlands, Iluka Resources Ltd

Process Modelling & Energy-Mass Balance: Use of Data & Data Analysis to Deliver Targeted Outcomes

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Michael Pecar, Carlton United Brewers

Overview of CUB’s EE Program

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Steve Schultz, 3M

Energy Efficiency: a Competitive Advantage

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5A. MINING ‘NEGAWATTS’: DEMAND MANAGEMENT AS A RESOURCE

George Wilkenfeld, Dept of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

Demand Response for Smart Appliances - Australia Leading the World?

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Rob Bishop, Energy Solutions Ltd

Saving More Energy for Less Money Than You Ever Thought Possible

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Paul Troughton, EnerNOC

Engaging Large Electricity Users to Respond to Market Peak

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Peter Casey, Energex

Energy Efficiency and Peak Demand

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5B.  DEMANDS AT HOME: EFFECTIVE RESIDENTIAL DEMAND MANAGEMENT

Yann Burden, Energy Return

Residential Demand Management: Running Before We Can Crawl?

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Ian McNicol, Sustainability Victoria

Retrofitting Existing Houses - Theory vs Practice

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Melissa Jackson, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS

Climate Clubs: Saving Energy as a Community Sport

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Robert Simpson, Ausgrid

The Newington Smart Home

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6A. IT’S PARITY TIME!         OPTIMISING DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

Robert Simpson, Ausgrid

Solar Photovoltaics – What Effect is it Having on the Grid?

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Diego T Matrajt, Caterpillar Electric Power Division North America

Reciprocating Engine Technology in Co-generation  & Tri-generation

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Jennifer Baltatzidis, Origin Energy

Standardising Thermal Networks to Pave the Way for Distributed Generation

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Chris Derksema, City of Sydney

Taking Sydney Off The Grid: Implementation of a Decentralised Energy Network

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7. ENERGY EFFICIENCY SKILLS AND TRAINING

Val MacGregor, Sustainability Victoria

Skills & Training for Energy Efficiency: Are We Making Headway?

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Luiz Ribeiro, Dept of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Industrial Energy Efficiency Branch

Aligning University Engineering Curricula for an Energy Efficient Future

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Suzanne Benn & Paul Brown, UTS Business School. Co-authors: David Brown, UTS Business School; Patrick Crittenden, Sustainable Business; Anthony Krithinakis, UTS Business School

Learning and Change for Energy Efficiency: A Role for Accountants and Business Managers

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Phil Shorten, Energetics

How to Create Tangible Outcomes from Capacity Building Initiatives

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SPIRAX SARCO CASE STUDY FORUM

Craig McKnight, Spirax Sarco

Energy Saving Through Flash Steam Recovery

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Lucas Boardman, IPART

NSW ESS Commercial Lighting Calculation Tool

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Arnaud Perez, Dalkia

Integrated Bioenergy: An Environmental Productive Solution

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Culture & Communication

8A. ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY - EFFECTIVE EFFICIENCY STRATEGIES FOR ENERGY AFFORDABILITY

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Tony Westmore, ACOSS

By the Numbers: Metrics for the Evaluation of Residential Energy Efficiency Programs

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Nina Lansbury Hall, CSIRO, Qld

Empowering Low Income Communities to Control Their Energy Consumption

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Robert Smith, Ausgrid

Compact Fluorescent Lessons: Reflections of the Australian Experience with Efficient Lighting 2005-2011

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8B. MAKING EFFICIENCY SEXY: THE MEDIA’S ROLE IN COMMUNICATING ENERGY EFFICIENCY TO ENGAGE THE PUBLIC

Wendy Bacon, Professor (UTS) and Journalist

Good News is No News: Why is it Hard to Communicate Low Cost Carbon Policy Options

 

Coming soon

 

9A. CREATING AN EFFICIENCY CULTURE: COMMUNICATING TO BUSINESS, CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND ENGAGING STAFF

 

Steve Schultz, 3M (USA)

Walking the Talk - How to Create a Corporate Energy Culture

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Craig Roussac, Investa Sustainability Institute

Simple, Timely & Actionable Data Improves Commercial Office Building Performance

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Vanessa Morris, Dept of Resources, Energy and Tourism

Addressing Information Barriers to Energy Efficiency Through User-Centred Communication

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John Annas and Rob Sims, Energetics

Strategic Use of Measurement & Verification Information

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9B. INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE 3: DEVELOPMENTS IN ENERGY AND CARBON MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS

Patrick Crittenden, Sustainable Business Pty Ltd

The Evolution of Energy Efficiency Practice: Leading Practices in the UK Real Estate Sector

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Daniel Cooper, Phil Woods, Sarah Spurrett, Sydney Water

Sydney Water’s Energy and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategy

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Phil Ridler, Schneider Electric

The Practical Application of iSO50001: 2011 – Energy Management Systems

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Bruce Precious, GPT Group

Maintaining Peak Energy Performance in Office Properties

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10. DRIVING CHANGE IN TRANSPORT: EFFICIENT MOBILITY AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES

Alina Dini, Verdant Vision

Electric Vehicles in the Australian Energy Sector – A Transformative Opportunity

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Katie Ross, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS

Developing Solutions for EV Deployment: The Electric Driveway Project

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Tim Watts, Better Place

How the Rise of the EV Could Lower Our Electricity Bill

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Informal Sessions

COMMUNITY RENEWABLES FORUM

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Nicky Ison, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS

Community Energy

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Brad Shone, Moreland Energy Foundation

Renewable Communities

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INFORMAL SESSIONS

John Bell, Wendy Miller, Queensland University of Technology

Integrated Energy Systems

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Jack Brown, Energy Efficient Strategies

Whole of House End Use Metering in Australia: Gathering Data for More Informed Policy

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Phil Harrington, pitt&sherry

Why (this) Carbon Price is Bad for Energy Efficiency

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Lisa McDonald, Ergon Energy

Energy Conservation and Demand Management Programs – What We Can Learn from Experience

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Michelle McGuire

Databuild Research & Solutions Ltd

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James Allston, Siemens

Masters of Applied Science – Energy Efficient and Sustainable Buildings

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Charles Xu, Office of Environment & Heritage

Approach to Measurement & Verification of Energy Savings from Energy Efficiency Programs

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Amandine Denis, ClimateWorks

Developing a Cost Curve for Demand Management Programs

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David Boughey, Dept of Climate Change & Energy Efficiency

Status of Australian Approach to LED Performance and Efficacy

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Michaela Tymichova, 3M

Sun Control Films for Energy Efficiency

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Russell Edwards, AusIndustry

$1 billion in Grant Support for Manufacturing Now Open for Business

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