Johanna Bowyer: Community Owned Renewable Energy

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio talk to Johanna Bowyer, PV engineer, researcher and analyst, about her report for the Australian Photovoltaic Institute (APVI) on Regulatory and Retail Arrangements for Community Owned Embedded Networks and Renewable Energy Projects.

“Currently in Australia there is a strong movement of communities seeking to live more sustainably. This is giving rise to the development of community owned and operated micro-grids which incorporate large amounts of renewable energy technology. While this is an emerging movement in Australia, there are still questions surrounding how these micro-grids can operate within the current regulatory and retail frameworks in Australia.” [Photo supplied by Johanna Bowyer]

BZE Technology Radio Show: 1 September 2017: Podcast

Beyond Zero Emissions talks to Johanna Bowyer

BZE Interviewers: Natalie Bucknell, Kay Wennagel, Michael Staindl

Interview broadcast on: 1 September 2017

From Radio 3CR in Melbourne, Australia

Further reading:

Download Johanna Bowyer’s research paper: Regulatory and Retail Arrangements for Community-owned Embedded Networks

Submission to Select Senate Committee into the Resilience of Electricity Infrastructure in a Warming World

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