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Event date and time

Thursday 4 Nov 2021
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM ACST (4 PM to 5 PM AEDT)

Location

Online virtual event
Login details will be emailed to registrants

Darwin has high energy use for cooling buildings which will only be exacerbated with climate change. This webinar will explore challenges and opportunities to reduce the energy and carbon footprint of cooling the built environment in Darwin. The webinar will also draw in international expertise in processes to include the community in the planning of renewables that delivers multiple benefits.

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Dates and Times

Event date: Nov 2021

Thursday 4 Nov 2021

Online virtual event

2:30 PM to 3:30 PM ACST (4 PM to 5 PM AEDT)

Login details will be emailed to registrants

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Stephen Cook

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We will hear from the following experts:

Dr Michael Ambrose (CSIRO Energy)

Dr Michael Ambrose

Residential energy efficiency and thermal comfort in Darwin

Michael is a senior experimental scientist in CSIRO’s Energy business unit. He leads projects for industry and the Australian government on residential building energy efficiency.

Michael has an architecture background that brings a unique perspective to the research work he is involved in. Michael is developing data visualisation dashboards utilising the data that is gathered as part of the NatHERS Universal Certificate process.

Dr Rudi van Etteger (Wageningen University & Research)

Dr Rudi van Etteger

Co-creating meaningful solar landscapes.

Rudi is an Assistant professor at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. Rudi teaches regional design in landscape architecture and landscape aesthetics. He is also a practising landscape artist.

Rudi’s research focus on inclusive community planning processes to deliver multiple benefits from the energy transition to renewables.

Dr Subbu Sethuvenkatraman (CSIRO Energy)

Dr Subbu Sethuvenkatraman

Smart building data analytics to increase the value of renewables

Subbu is a research group leader in CSIRO with domain expertise in buildings and HVAC systems. He leads smart buildings research activities in CSIRO. His current research focusses on use of digital technologies to decarbonise the built environment sector.

Subbu’s research leadership has resulted in development of low energy, renewable based cooling solutions for the built environment sector.