Thu, 02 July|
Operational net zero: what will it take?
"The greenest building is the one that is already built." - Carl Elefante, FAIA
Time & Location
02 July 2020, 12:30 pm AEST
About the Event
According to a 2017 Global Status Report released by the UN Environment Programme, we need to reduce global building energy use by 30% by 2030 to meet the Paris Agreement target limiting global temperature rise to 2 C or lower.
At the same time, the ABCB estimates that new buildings account for just 2% of Australia's total building stock each year.
Together this means we must focus on our existing building stock and ask ourselves - how can we improve what we already have?
IBPSA Australasia is excited to bring you a webinar focused on exactly that issue. Our webinar will feature two experts sharing their insights and lessons learned from years of experience improving existing buildings.
Join us for a midday session - bring your lunch and your questions and we'll see you online!
Are you a full time student? Email us to request a code for a free ticket.
RMIT University: Towards Carbon Neutral Michael Anderson, Manager Utilities, Property Services, RMIT
Michael will present on RMIT's strategic direction and goals towards carbon neutrality, highlighting key initiatives completed to date. He will delve into the operational energy profile for the University, specifically where energy use is being targeted and the strategic approach going forward.
Michael Anderson is the Utility Manager at RMIT University, with over 9 years' experience in energy and carbon management in the Australian tertiary sector. Michael is responsible for the emissions profile of RMIT University, one of the largest tertiary institutions in Australia. In 2019 RMIT University achieved a 48% reduction in emissions from 2007 levels and aim to be Carbon Neutral by 2030.
What is my building's potential? Craig Roussac, CEO, Buildings Alive
Craig will explain how Buildings Alive uses machine learning technology to quantify a building’s improvement potential and expose savings opportunities.
Craig is co-founder and CEO of Buildings Alive. Buildings Alive provides operators of large complex buildings with automated daily energy and environmental performance insights and analysis coupled with active technical guidance and support. Craig has a PhD in architectural science and an extensive background in real estate design, development, construction and operation – but with a focus on operational buildings.