This project follows the design of two medium and high density developments in Perth as case studies to encourage the mainstreaming of low cost, low carbon housing in Perth. The developments will be used to inform and inspire the building industry, policy makers and buyers about the benefits of and ability to achieve large scale, low cost, low carbon housing.
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RP2006: FredZED - Mainstreaming LC Housing in WA
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This paper shows how renewable energy with battery storage has the three core features of a disruptive innovation, and predicts that the number of fossil fuel stranded assets are thus likely to increase with the rise of renewable energy generation.
This paper examines a case study for a multi-dwelling, residential building called Gen Y within a bigger innovative development called WGV, in which a planning and governance structure has been developed to provide both financial incentive for the installation of renewable energy in multi-...
In his media conference immediately after winning the Liberal leadership, Malcolm Turnbull had some words to say on the subject of technology...
Alkimos Beach has become Australia’s most sustainable suburb thanks to a solar and battery storage project supported by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).
Curtin University has partnered with the Low Carbon Living CRC, Western Power, LandCorp, the City of Fremantle and Solar Balance to develop what researchers believe will be the world’s first zero carbon neighbourhood using solar photovoltaic (PV...
A Hilton home has become the first in Perth to use the Sun to meet almost all of its power needs by storing the energy in batteries while still remaining connected to the power grid.
Green, J. and Newman, P. (2017), 'Citizen utilities, The emerging power paradigm'. Energy Policy, vol. 105 (published online 24 March 2017).
Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014
Student Poster - Participants Annual Forum 2014, Jemma Green - Size A2