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Energy modelling

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Report

Making energy resilient: state strategies, progress, and opportunities

Amidst energy transitions and the rising impacts of climate change, resilience is a growing part of state energy strategies. This report examines how resilience is addressed in planning and policy resources from a selection of representative states.
Report

Energy in New Zealand 21

This publication provides comprehensive information on and analysis of New Zealand's energy supply, demand and prices.
Report

Digital energy futures: future home life

What emerging technology routines are shaping the way people live? What implications do these social practices have on the future energy needs of Australian households? The research in this report uncovers the changing digital lifestyles and emerging home trends of everyday Australians, and speculates on...
Technical report

Energy Access Explorer: data and methods

Today, about 840 million people lack access to electricity. To effectively expand energy access, government planners need to understand and have access to data and analytical tools that capture key attributes of the unserved and under-served populations they are trying to reach.
Report

Building code energy performance trajectory technical report – Northern Australia

This report presents the findings of the Building Code Energy Performance Trajectory project for commercial and residential archetypes relevant to Northern Australia. The methodology and results presented in this report draw heavily from the previously completed work for The Australian Built Environment Council (ASBEC), ClimateWorks...
Conference paper

Caveats for policy development when combining energy ratings, national building energy models, and empirical statistics

Since 1990, the carbon emissions of dwellings in the UK have declined by around 20%. This reduction per dwelling is mainly ascribed to the impact of energy efficiency measures, such as improvements in building codes/regulations. In the UK, national energy models of the building stock...
Conference paper

Allocation rules and meter timing issues in local energy or 'peer to peer' networks

The growing adoption of distributed energy resources (DERs) across Australia may represent the start of a transition of Australia's power system from a centraliased generation model towards an interconnected set of embedded microgrid systems. In these systems, local trading of coincident generation and consumption is...
Conference paper

More bang for the buck – does increased code compliance result in kWh and kW savings?

The energy benefits of increased code compliance have generally been viewed through the lens of energy savings – kWh and therms. Peak demand reduction as an additional benefit of increased code compliance is a comparatively unexplored area – despite a general acknowledgement that there are...
Report collection

CRCLCL 2015 Snapshots

The CRC for Low Carbon Living produced a series of snapshots at the end of 2015 highlighting its achievements in enabling a carbon built environment sector.