Reducing Energy Consumption through Thermodynamics
Monday 4 February 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT
Solar thermal air-conditioning.
Electricity prices continue to rise. There are two potential options to counter this: renewable energies or reducing demand.
This seminar will discuss the options for reducing energy consumption, with a focus on SolXEnergy, a company that has patented technology that can reduce energy consumption by up to 60 per cent on most types of commercial refrigeration and HVAC.
Adam Turner from SolXEnergy will present thermodynamics theory, variable flow compressor system and how solar thermal systems work in commercial heating and cooling applications, including refrigeration, and how these make a difference in the shift to zero-carbon emissions.
Adam Turner is Corporate Development Specialist at SolX Energy Australia and New Zealand. He previously worked at Citisolar.
WHEN: 6:30 – 8pm Monday 4 February 2019
Cuming Theatre, Chemistry Building 153
Masson Rd, Parkville VIC 3052
University of Melbourne
Please note: There is no BZE discussion group in January. This is the first discussion group of 2019.
Getting there: Take any tram on Swanston Street and get off at Stop 1, Melbourne University.
Entry: Gold coin donation
Thank you to the University of Melbourne: Australian-German Climate and Energy College, Zero Carbon Australia supporters for sponsoring this event venue.
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.
Read: About the BZE Discussion Group