Presentations & Events

The APVI holds regular technical seminars and discussion sessions which provide: opportunities to meet regularly and discuss specific issues which are of Australian as well as international interest; access to Australian and international PV networks (PV industry, government, researchers); opportunities for Australian input to international PV guidelines and standards development; and opportunities to participate in Australian and international PV projects.

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WORKSHOP: Cost-Reflective Pricing – some different perspectives

Wednesday 1st June 2016 | AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATP

APVI Workshop on ‘Solar, Storage and New Business Models’, Sydney

Thursday 4th June 2015 | AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATP

Storage solutions and the future of the electricity grid

Wednesday 5th March 2014 | Brisbane Conference & Convention Centre

2013 Research Review

Monday 25th November 2013 | UNSW

Consumers, Utilities and a Distributed Energy Market

Friday 19th July 2013 | ANU Canberra

AuSES conference 2011 – APVA Session

Saturday 1st December 2012 | Australian technology Park

APVA 2012 Research Project Presentations

Friday 30th November 2012 | TETB, UNSW, Sydney NSW

PV Utility Workshop – 2nd Grid Integration of PV event

Friday 20th April 2012 | Rydges, Perth, Western Australia

Grid Integration of PV – Issues and Solutions

| Ian Wark Theatre, CSIRO, Clayton, Vic

Joint IEA and APVA International Solar Technologies for Buildings Seminar

Thursday 29th September 2011 | Urban Workshop Conference Centre, Rear of 50 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Organic Photovoltaics (OPV) Seminar

Friday 19th March 2010 | Scientia Building, University of NSW, Sydney Australia

PV Manufacturing Seminar

Thursday 21st May 2009 | Schoolof PV & Renewable Engineering, University of NSW, Sydney Australia

The Role of PV in Smart Grids

Tuesday 25th November 2008 | EnergyAustralia Energy Efficiency Centre, HomebushBusiness Village, Sydney Australia

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WORKSHOP: Cost-Reflective Pricing – some different perspectives

Wednesday 1st June, AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATP

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APVI Workshop on ‘Solar, Storage and New Business Models’, Sydney

Thursday 4th June, AES Conference and Exhibition, Sydney ATP

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