Side Events 3-7 Dec!

There will be a number of interesting, and free, workshops associated with the 2018 APSRC.

Three CEEM Workshops on Distributed Energy Tools and Analysis
10am to 4:30pm, Mon 3rd Dec 2018
UNSW Sydney, Room TBC

We will describe our open source modelling tools, present our findings, and seek feedback from stakeholders about challenges and opportunities and how our tools can be most useful.

  1. Tariff Design and Assessment Tool
  2. PV on Apartment Buildings
  3. Tools for Community Sharing, Trading and Aggregation

More information here, please register for catering purposes.

Australian IEA PVPS & SHC Update
11am to 1pm, Wed 5th Dec 2018
UNSW Sydney, Colombo Theatre C

This Update will include an introduction to the IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes, as well as talks on PV recycling and using solar for water management in industry, followed by a panel discussion

More information here.

IEA Technology Collaboration Program for Demand Side Management
9am to 11am, Thurs 6 Dec 2018
UNSW Sydney, Goldstein G09

Australia, through Monash University and UNSW Sydney have re-joined the IEA Technology Collaboration Program for Demand Side Management with funding from ARENA’s Knowledge Sharing Programme. This TCP is to be a world-leading international collaboration platform for policy-relevant socio-technical research on energy use (i.e. demand side). We invite you to join other Australian experts to discuss participation in the TCP and specifically in new tasks, including providing input on how those tasks are formed.

More information here.

Workshop on High Penetration Variable Renewables in Pacific Island Countries: Small grids and Off-grid
10am to 4.30pm, Fri 7 Dec 2018
UNSW Sydney, Colombo Theatres

The aims of the workshop are to:

  • Discuss the challenges and opportunities of introducing more variable renewable energy into small grid and off grid contexts in the Pacific
  • Hear from a range of invited speakers regarding the status of VRE integration, key challenges and solutions to facilitate high penetration VRE in small grids and improved off grid energy service delivery
  • Identify potential future work to address key issues and themes arising in the discussion

More information here, please register for catering purposes.