Wendy Miller

First Name: Wendy
Last Name: Miller
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Article
2 January 2017

Relying on air conditioners to stay cool on hot summer days affects the price of electricity for everyone, all year round, writes Wendy Miller.

Conference proceedings
22 November 2016

These proceedings collect the papers for the 2016 Healthy Housing conference in Brisbane. The topics covered include: sustainable design and construction; indoor environment, neighbourhood...

Conference paper
22 November 2016

Purpose / Context - Many developed countries experience late afternoon or evening electricity peaks. In summer peak demand regions, these peaks are most likely the results of residential air...

Conference paper
22 November 2016

Context - Energy efficient housing is influenced by a number of attributes that describe the key players involved in its production. Stakeholders’ levels of interest, motivation, awareness and...

Conference paper
22 November 2016

Context - Minimum thermal performance standards for residential building envelopes have been increasing in many countries for several decades, addressing concerns about occupant comfort,...

Conference paper
22 November 2016

Problem - There is little evidence that over the past 20 years real estate agents in Australia are taking initiative in promoting sustainability features in the property purchase selection phase....

Report
25 October 2013

Prefabricated housing innovations have the potential to reduce the environmental impact of construction through improving efficiency and quality. The current paper systematically summarises the...