Building industry capacity and develop skills for service providers, customers and suppliers to better address rapid change
This Opportunity Assessment project looks to understand customer aspirations and expectations for the energy sector and Measuring and enhancing the level of trust between customers and service providers in the energy sector.
This project aims to expedite the participation of residential buildings in Australia in smart heating/cooling control to reduce electricity supply and consumer costs.
Project partners – industry and research
AGL, Essential Energy, Western Power, QUT, CSIRO, Curtin, UNSW, UTS
Essential Energy, Swinburne, ACOSS, AEMC, ECA, Essential Energy, Wattwatchers, AGL, Dept. of Industry
This Opportunity Assessment will prioritise research that leverages existing organisations and channels so that initiatives can be quickly scaled up. Furthermore, the issue of energy literacy of households and businesses navigating a rapidly evolving energy landscape is seen as an important area for RACE for 2030 CRC.
The impacts of this theme will be broadly felt across the energy sector as well as allied sectors. A key function of this theme is to quantify the potential and actual growth in the size of the decentralised energy products and services market in Australia by 2030 and 2035.
EEC, Climate-KIC, Startupbootcamp, Ultima Capital, API, DELWP (VIC), DES/DNMRE (QLD), DPIE (NSW), A2EP, AIRAH, DEM (SA), EnergyLab, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIC), Ai Group, Clean Energy Council, DISER (Commonwealth Govt.), IEA, IRENA, UTS, Monash, Griffith, RMIT
API, Climate-KIC, EEC, EnergyLab, Monash, Startupbootcamp, Ultima Capital, UTS ISF, A2EP, Ai Group, AIRAH, CEC, DELWP, DEM, DISER, DNMRE/DES, DPIE, Griffith University, IEA, RMIT, ABS