The Australian Residential Energy Rating Conference will be held from May 28–29 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. The plenary sessions will provide a deep understanding of the current housing environment, the commercial benefits of energy efficient housing, current and potential policy and regulation, the reality of delivering high performance dwellings and what the future may hold. A targeted series of parallel sessions will provide the latest on a range of technical issues relevant to all participants involved in wider aspects of delivering cost effective energy efficient buildings.
Energy productivity for manufacturers will be the focus at the Innovation X-Change conference on Monday, August 13 at Eithad Stadium in Melbourne. With energy prices at record levels and little sign of decline, the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP) has identified the importance of energy productivity, particularly in manufacturing. The conference is therefore aimed […]
The Design Futures Council (DFC) is holding an event to focus on sustainable supply chains and efforts to eliminate modern slavery in the engineering, construction, architecture and design industries. The session will be held on Tuesday, August 21 at 6pm in Sydney. According to the Global Slavery Index, over 40 million men, women and children […]
The South Pacific Passive House Conference is returning to Australia in 2018, after a successful event in Christchurch in 2017. Co-hosted by the Australian Passive House Association (APHA) and the Passive House Institute of New Zealand (PHINZ), the conference will be held in Melbourne from May 3–7, 2018. Energy-efficient construction has never been so easy […]