15 Oct 2015

The residential sector represents some 30% of global electricity consumption but the underlying composition and drivers are still only poorly understood. The drivers are many, varied, and complex, including local climate, household demographics, household behaviour, building stock and the type and number of appliances.

Journal article
01 Jan 2015

Student Forum 2015 Accounting for and reporting of greenhouse gas emissionsDr Maria Balatbat, UNSW School of Accounting and the Centre for Energy and Enironmental Markets

Research report
25 Nov 2015

Student Forum 2015 - Effective collaboration, Ms Tammy Templyj, Grange HR Consulting Director and Principal Consultant

Presentation
10 Dec 2015

Student Forum 2015 - Experiential learning and the Solar Decathlon, Professor Nicole Woolsey Biggart, Research Professor and Dean Emerita of Management, University of California Davis 

Presentation
07 Dec 2015

Student Forum 2015 - Innovation sandpit, Dr Steve Brodie, UNSW Innovations Open Innovation Manager

Presentation
07 Dec 2015

Student Forum 2015 - The art of innovation, Dr Steve Brodie, UNSW Innovations Open Innovation Manager

Presentation
01 Jan 2014

Student Poster - Participants Annual Forum 2014, Marini Samaratunga - Size A2

Poster
01 Jan 2014

Student Poster - Participants Annual Forum 2014, Mahdi Babaee - Size A2Reducing Barriers for Commercial Adaption of Construction Materials with Low-Embodied-CarbonA durable low-embodied carbon concrete is the ultimate solution to mitigate the environmental impact of the construction industry

Poster
01 Jan 2014

Student Poster - Participants Annual Forum 2014, Ivan Iankov - Size A2Emission Rates of Vehicle Classes Applicable to the Australian Light Vehicle FleetRoad transport is a major contributor to transport GHG emissions. Its share is expected to increase in the future considering current and predicted growth trends.

Poster
01 Jan 2014

Student Poster - Participants Annuan Forum 2014, He He - Size A2ETWW Demand ForecastingHow a bridge connecting matematical models and human behaviours for municipal waste management should be built

Poster