IMPROVING RESIDENTIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
A GEER AUSTRALIA INITIATIVE
16 - 17 FEBRUARY 2017
Registrations now closed
This conference brought together researchers and practitioners from around the world who are expert and interested in all aspects of energy efficiency in residential buildings.
Over 80 presenters brought the latest news and findings on technologies, health impacts, cost-benefits, policies and human factors to the 165 conference delegates in attendance.
This conference was initiated by GEER Australia building on many recent energy efficiency and research projects, including the recent Australian Commonwealth Government national Low Income Energy Efficiency Program (LIEEP).
Last few days to register for this exciting conference!
Improving energy efficiency is now a global challenge
Understanding and overcoming these challenges requires the combined efforts of government agencies, energy providers and energy users. This inaugural conference marked the first of its kind in Australia where the primary focus is on improving energy efficiency in Australian households and homes. The conference reported the findings of research and practice from a wide range of academics and practitioners, and particularly builds on work conducted as part of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s national LIEEP program which piloted 20 projects to determine the best ways to assist Low Income Australian Households in becoming more energy efficient.This conference benefited numerous audiences including energy sector providers, state and national government agencies involved in energy regulation and policy, and researchers in energy efficiency in general. The aim is to share best practice outcomes, determined from research efforts, which may inform future actions around energy efficiency.