Dispatchable Renewable Electricity Generation

Dr Keith Lovegrove presents Dispatchable Renewable Electricity Generation

Monday 5 February 2018 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm AEDT

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Keith Lovegrove

To open another big year for the BZE discussion group, held at the University of Melbourne, we welcome our speaker Dr Keith Lovegrove, Managing Director of ITP Thermal Pty Ltd. Keith will speak about recent research into options for dispatchable renewable electricity generation. This includes the solar thermal power with storage technology announced for Port Augusta SA in late 2017. Keith is a leading expert in concentrating solar power (CSP) and has more than 20 years’ experience in leading solar thermal research, including 15 years teaching at the ANU as leader of the Solar Thermal Group.
Keith was also a pro-Bono technical advisor for BZE’s Stationary Energy Plan (2010), demonstrating that Australia could be powered by 100% renewable energy, and he has been a long-time supporter of BZE.

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Presentation slides here: (5Mb PDF)

WHEN: 6:30 – 8pm Monday 5 February 2018
Fritz Loewe Theatre, McCoy Building, Corner of Swanston and Elgin Sts
University of Melbourne
Getting there: Take any tram on Swanston Street and get off at Stop 1, Melbourne University.
Entry: Gold coin donation
All welcome.
Thank you to the University of Melbourne Energy Institute (MEI), our Zero Carbon Australia project partners for supporting us in bringing you this event.
Everyone is welcome to come along to the pub to continue the discussion after 8pm!

For those who can’t attend you will find the video recording of this event on the BZE YouTube Channel and via a link on this page. 

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