Deo Prasad

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16 Feb 2017

Australian rooftop solar is now at a crossroads – but it’s all positive. New technologies mean big data can be gathered from systems so that performance can be monitored and alerts raised if problems occur.

Dr Deo Prasad writes about the benefits of solar...

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19 Dec 2016

Local and global climate change increases the ambient temperature of cities by several degrees with important consequences on energy consumption, health and the economy. Advanced urban mitigation technologies contribute to decrease the ambient temperature and counterbalance the impact of urban heat islands. The present paper...

Research report

15 Aug 2016

This report presents a summary of all the findings and activities performed in the LCL-CRC research project RP1011 “Sustainable and affordable living through modular homes and communities” and represents the culmination of the project. The main objective of the project was to develop innovative designs,...

Research report

1 Jan 2013

This is a summary of the workshop presentations, discussions and of the workgroup sessions for the CRCLCL’s project on ETWW conducted Friday 1st February 2013, 10:00 – 16:30 at Room C4-16 at the University of South Australia’s City East Campus, chaired by Liz Ampt. The...

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28 Feb 2011

Adapting building designs for climate change is about managing the unavoidable. While there is debate around what level of adaptation is needed, there is growing awareness that design practices need to take into account predictions of increased risk and intensity of extreme events. This paper...

Research report

28 Jun 2004

In volume one of the final report of this project, John Blair, Deo Prasad, Bruce Judd, Robert Zehner, Veronica Soebarto and Richard Hyde use existing residential development case studies to develop a methodology for assessing the sustainability (economic, social and environmental) of different types of...

Research report

19 May 2003

Overview and context of the project which seeks to develop clear methodologies for a sustainability assessment, relevant to affordable housing and urban development. This will enable a cross-sectional 'triple-bottom line' assessment of the two different land planning and development types, including the surveying of relative...

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