21.6% of residential houses in Australia now have solar panels but residential strata schemes housing 2.2m Australians have not yet joined the solar revolution. This whitepaper is designed to assist non-technical strata committee members navigate the renewable energy journey.
City of Sydney: Electric Vehicle Charging in Apartment Buildings
City of Sydney grant funded study released 26th July 2018 includes national survey results from over 130 strata schemes and 20 case study assessments.
UNSW Guest lecture by Wattblock CDO and founder Ross McIntyre and data analyst Jacky Zhong
Guest lecture at the University of NSW looking at energy efficiency in apartment buildings, application of machine learning, interval data analytics, solar PV, batteries, microgrids, energy trading, electric vehicle recharging, and the coming NABERS for Apartment Buildings six star rating scheme.
One small 18 townhouse block in Sydney is showing how the strata industry can lead an energy revolution with shared solar energy, battery storage, electric vehicle charging, microgrids and energy trading.
Future proofing. The internet of things. Autonomous vehicles. The lingo sounds great, but what does it actually mean for you? Technologies that smart bodies corporate should be investigating now.
From registers of life support systems to installation of common area defibrillators and humble torches for blackouts, strata managers are taking a second look at energy security.
Elon Musk was in Adelaide last week to launch the worlds largest battery ... and a space station
There is an emerging concern as to where to draw the line when strata managers and owners corporations are on-selling energy to residents and commercial tenants within their premises.
Newtown's Stucco apartment block, a converted glass factory, has now become one of the first buildings in Australia to install a shared solar and battery storage system. The solar system will provide 80 per cent of the residents' energy with the remainder drawn from the grid.
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