DKRI Knowledge Intersections Symposium - Future Grid knowledge sharing

Intyalheme Centre for Future Energy, Alice Springs Future Grid

Sep 2021

Intyalheme Project Manager Hannah Farrow delivered an update on one of the critical components of the Alice Springs Future Grid project at the Knowledge Intersections Symposium. She focused on Future Grid’s knowledge sharing efforts, which are mostly conducted as part of its commitment to funding body ARENA (the Australian Renewable Energy Agency).

Type: Future Grid publication   Format: PDF

Intyal­heme Project Man­ag­er Han­nah Far­row deliv­ered an update on one of the crit­i­cal com­po­nents of the Alice Springs Future Grid project at the Knowl­edge Inter­sec­tions Sym­po­sium. She focused on Future Grid’s knowl­edge shar­ing efforts, which are most­ly con­duct­ed as part of its com­mit­ment to fund­ing body ARE­NA (the Aus­tralian Renew­able Ener­gy Agency). ARE­NA has a sub­stan­tial focus on knowl­edge shar­ing as part of its core man­date to reduce bar­ri­ers to renew­able ener­gy with­in the Aus­tralian Mar­ket. Mean­while, a sig­nif­i­cant effort to engage the Alice Springs com­mu­ni­ty is under­way con­cur­rent­ly, and Han­nah was able to share some ear­ly insights around res­i­dents’ knowl­edge, atti­tudes and behav­iour when it comes to renew­able energy.