ANU Energy Master Plan meeting

ANU is embarking upon an Energy Master Plan - in parallel with the Campus Master Plan - to create an Australian world class energy efficient, low-carbon, least-cost campus.

The ANU Energy Change Institute in conjunction with Facilities and Services is calling on specfic ANU experts to attend a campus meeting on Monday 16 October. In particular this meeting is looking to bring together experts in solar generation; smart grids; power engineering; heat storage and management; energy pricing, contracts and regulation; carbon accounting; and water sustainability.

If you have expertise in these or any other related areas we would like you to attend the meeting.

What is the Energy Master Plan?

  • The plan will be a unique, research-led partnership of expertise between the ANU Energy Change Institute, and the Facilities and Services Division
  • It will create a living test-bed that will provide a high-profile environment for research and education
  • The EMP will include gas, water, thermal and electricity energy vectors, and will involve energy savings, efficiency, generation and storage
  • The EMP will create an ANU electricity micro-grid that will provide a demand management facility for the ACT by the Territory's largest customer

Date & time

9–11am 16 October 2017

Location

Ross Hohnen room, the Chancelry, ANU

Contacts

 Sarah Wilson
 02 6125 0946

Updated:  23 October 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, Energy Change Institute/Page Contact:  Webmaster