For more information contact:
Project Manager – Intyalheme Centre for Future Energy
Desert Knowledge Australia
P (08) 8959 6000
A Low Socio-Economic Energy Study will be conducted as part of the Alice Springs Future Grid project.
The study aims to outline how representative organisations for low-socio economic housing in Alice Springs and the tenants they represent, can participate in a transition to renewable energy.
Housing agencies and social support programs have been highly engaged in the issues of energy security and renewable energy in low socio-economic housing in the Northern Territory. Despite this, access to affordable clean energy in low socio-economic groups remains low.
Through working with key stakeholders and housing agencies this study will how barriers to participation in, or delivery of, renewable energy projects, can be overcome and it will identify options for the community consumers to benefit from the energy transition.
Tenders for a suitably qualified consultant are now open via Tender Link.