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Facility integration & thermal batteries

20 October 2021

Following on from Energy Procurement and Load-shifting, this second in a two-event series focussed on technologies and systems you can implement to take advantage of more flexible energy contracts and procurement.

With more and more renewables being installed onsite, businesses need to create systems that shift the renewable generation to when it is needed on-site and also be able to discharge it to the grid when financially advantageous.

Our presenters outlined innovative district cooling applications and thermal storage technologies, including a solar powered 'water battery' installed at the University of Sunshine Coast, a thermal battery storing energy in aluminium and another in a concrete-like material.

Presenters for this webinar:

Andrew Darr

State Manager - Energy

Veolia Australia & New Zealand

Angela Cooney

Sustainable Solutions Manager

Veolia Australia & New Zealand

Dr Helen Fairweather

Senior Lecturer, Environmental Engineering

University of Sunshine Coast

Florian Naumann

Country Director - Australia


Jonathan Prendergast

Green Infrastructure Project Manager


Charles Luo

Energy Consultant

Shell Energy

Nick Holmes

General Manager, Australia

Windsor Engineering

Thomas Palkovich

VP Project Development


Hosted by:

Jarrod Leak


Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP)

This webinar was presented as part of a project for which A2EP received funding from ARENA as part of ARENA's Advancing Renewables Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Australian Government, and the Australian Government does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.

The cover image for this webinar is courtesy of Veolia Australia & New Zealand.


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