When: Wednesday 15 May 2019, 6.45 for 7:00pm.
Where: Level 1, 187 Grattan St, Energy Transition Hub (Bioinformatics building), Melbourne University, Carlton VIC 3053. Click here for a Google map of the venue and here for a Melbourne University Parkville Campus map to the venue.
Please note: this meeting space is upstairs, so it isn’t wheelchair accessible.
Cost: Free. (A gold coin donation would be appreciated to offset costs.)
Public transport: Trams along Swanston St to ‘Melbourne University/Swanston St’ Stop #1 (Routes 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67, 72) or Bus 402 to Stop#51572 ‘Melbourne University/Grattan St (Carlton)’. Walk to corner of Grattan St and Bouviere St.
Presentation: Richard Keech will talk about the lessons learned from assessing about 500 houses to improve their energy efficiency. He’ll look at what are the biggest problems seen in Victorian homes, what motivates people to improve their homes, and what the most important improvements are.
Speaker: Richard Keech is an engineer, consultant and author with particular interest in renewable energy and energy efficiency. He has masters degrees in both Engineering (Electronics) and Environment (Energy Efficiency). He was a key author of the Zero Carbon Australia Buildings Plan and a regular contributor to the Renew’s publications on topics related to energy efficiency. Richard lives in Melbourne with his family in their zero-carbon home. Richard is the author of The Energy Freedom Home published by Scribe. We hope to see you on the evening.
* We recognise and appreciate the assistance of the University of Melbourne Energy Transition Hub in providing the venue for this event.
You can view video of the evening here.
Chris Moss, Rob Gardner and Peter Wonfor, Melbourne branch committee.
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