Joining International Collaborative Tasks

IEA SHC tasks are collaborative projects that involve participants from at least five member countries. Tasks generally operate for three to five years under the leadership of an Operating Agent who manages the project. Task meetings generally occur twice each year to report on progress and plan actions. Australian industry or researchers wishing to participate in these collaborative projects need to commit to providing the time and resources to undertake the project and attend meetings (teleconferencing is sometimes available) and obtain the endorsement of the Australian Executive Committee member.

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National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Australia 2019

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Webinar: Integrated Solutions for Daylight and Electric Lighting

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International Study: Solar PV Module Disposal Poses No Health Risk

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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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