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.
Wattblock Co-founder and CDO Ross McIntyre co-presenting on Predictive Analytics at the Corinium CDAO conference in Sydney on 20-22nd March. He is joined by Andrew Shook, GM Innovation & Analytics, Energy Queensland.
Following the state-wide blackout in South Australia of 2016, and as solar and battery numbers continue to grow, we have seen significant interest and growth in the “Micro-grid”.
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has introduced a new regulatory framework for embedded electrical networks which applies to residential strata sites, effective 1st December
Embedded electrical networks in Strata may be set to clash with NABERS energy efficiency agenda
Australia has an energy crisis and funnily enough, that is what it took for strata schemes to start working as real communities to beat the energy price rises.
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.
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