Quantifying the Energy Effect of Urban Water Security


Quantifying the Energy Effect of Urban Water Security

08 December 2015

Experts from the University of Queensland presented a systemic analysis of energy use in Australia's urban water system in this event on Quantifying the Energy Effect of Urban Water Security: Case Studies from the Australian Millennium Drought. Discussions included related work on water and electric utility planning, benchmarking city-scale water-energy performance, analysis of water-energy linkages within residential water use, and emerging tools and frameworks for decision making.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
08 Dec 2015 Presentation The Energy Effect of Urban Water Security, Lessons from the Australian Millennium Drought, and Related Analysis
Urban water supply and use have a large energy impact. Rising energy use and cost also pose signficant risks to the water sector. Better understanding...
Steven Kenway


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