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All Australia Energy Conference 2010

Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on October 1st, 2010

6 October , 2010
7 October , 2010

All-Energy Australia 2010 is a free-to delegate, business-to-business exhibition, conference and networking forum showcasing renewable energy, clean coal, carbon sequestration and energy efficiency. It targets no single solution, but embraces all opportunities within the clean energy market.

The exhibition & conference runs over 2 days, October 6 & 7.

VEIL (Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab) will give two presentations as part of the Built Environment sessions:

Distributed Systems for Low Carbon & Resilience: Distributed systems represent an innovative approach for responding to risk and uncertainty. They can build adaptive capacity by increasing the diversity and flexibility without locking utilities, customers and future governments into rigid pathways for delivering critical services. By creating distributed systems through infrastructure design choices at the building-to-precinct-to-regional level, societies can reduce social, economic and environmental vulnerability to climate change and energy supply shocks.

EcoAcupuncture – a new approach to retrofitting in neighbourhoods: A case study from Broadmeadows in Melbourne’s West Eco-Acupuncuture is a new model and a new process to design small interventions that can redirect the forces that shape development, to deliver a number of new low-investment, highly visibility, projects that act as catalysts for change. A year long exploration and trial of this process in the Melbourne suburb of Broadmeadows (in collaboration with the City of Hume) has produced some startling results.

Visit the Exhibition website for more information.

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