GeoExchange Australia’s Founder and Managing Director, Yale Carden, will be speaking at the All Energy Conference: The Future of Energy at Melbourne Convention Centre, 4-5 October 2016.
This is Australia’s biggest and highest quality clean and renewable energy conference. It’s FREE to attend. The conference features over 150 industry speakers across 7 session streams over two days.
In 2016 the conference agenda will focus around the core themes of energy storage, the emerging smart grid, and energy efficiency, offering unparalleled content in all three areas.
Yale will be speaking on the topic of ‘New Technologies, Systems and Major Developments Improving Energy Efficiency’ – in particular he will cover ‘The Role of Thermal Potential in Enhancing Energy Productivity’. This presentation explores how the concept of thermal potential can increase the efficiency of heating/cooling systems and thus enhance energy productivity in terms of increased value output per kW generated and per tonne of carbon emitted.
Date: Wednesday 5 October 2016
Time: 1:50pm – 2:05pm
Update (Oct 2016):
Yale’s presentation slides from the event (via SlideShare)
As presented at All Energy Conference in Melbourne on 5 October 2016
In the renewable energy sector, electrical (energy) potential determines the design of renewable power systems (ie solar, wind etc) at any given location. Similarly, thermal (energy) potential relates to the available thermal energy in a given location that can be utilised for heating / cooling a building or group of buildings.
This presentation explores how the concept of thermal potential can increase the efficiency of heating / cooling systems and thus enhance energy productivity in terms of increased value output per kW generated and per tonne of carbon emitted.