Are we there yet? Summer Study 2016

[caption id="attachment_6432" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Dr Mary Stewart, Philippa Sjoquist and Joe Pease, presenters at Summer Study 2016 Dr Mary Stewart, Philippa Sjoquist and Joe Pease, presenters in the mining session at Summer Study 2016[/caption]


The Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology Sydney, in conjunction with the Australian Alliance to Save Energy (A2SE) was proud to host the 2016 Australian Summer Study on Energy Productivity in Sydney, Australia. The energy productivity revolution has begun. Australia's economy is growing strongly, while the energy required to drive this growth declines. New businesses are emerging to create smarter, cleaner energy products and services at an unprecedented rate. Energy efficiency, distributed generation and smart energy management are transforming energy business models. Meanwhile renewable energy is growing rapidly.

The conference, held over three days in NSW, brought together researchers,politicians, policy makers, industry leaders and global thinkers to

  • Highlight breakthroughs to boost energy productivity
  • Champion best practice across industry sectors
  • Brainstorm technology, market and policy innovation
  • Develop powerful ideas and strong relationships
  • Trigger effective action for a more productive economy

Energy productivity in mining was presented on Day 1, and well attended by delegates. The presentations may be downloaded below.

Are we there yet? by Joe Pease.

Energy Productivity in Mining,  by Philippa Sjoquist

What does energy productivity mean for mining, by Dr Mary Stewart