The Energy Effect of Urban Water Security, Lessons from the Australian Millennium Drought, and Related Analysis

Event: Quantifying the Energy Effect of Urban Water Security

The Energy Effect of Urban Water Security, Lessons from the Australian Millennium Drought, and Related Analysis

08 December 2015
Author / Speaker: 
Steven Kenway, The University of Queensland
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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 and management of  the links between water and energy could help countries formulate a sustainable, whole-system approach that would ensure water and energy security and resiliency.

Geographical Focus: 
Australia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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