21–22 November 2019 Hutton Theatre, Otago Museum
The theme for the 2019 symposium “Energy Transitions at the Edge” featured a special session on Energy & Climate in collaboration with the Otago Climate Change Network.
Cartoons drawn during presentations by Quim Packard
The student prizes for best presentation and best poster kindly donated by Aurora Energy.
Best Student Presentation winner:
- Anna Tarr
“Carbon dioxide emissions from international air transport of people and freight”
Best Student Poster winner:
- Helen Prime
“Characterising Micro and Nanopatterned Surfaces for Anti-icing Applications”
Keynote presentationsPresentations where permission to publish has been granted:
- Dr Laura Watts
On Future's Edge: Tales from the Smart Energy Islands of Orkney
View Dr Watt's book which talks about some of the material discussed in her presentation
- Dr Christina Hood
New Zealand's 2030 emissions target: policies for the transition
- Ben Anderson
Two Years in the Godzone: Some postcards from 'home'
- Kaku Foliaki, Janet Stephenson, Ben Anderson, Patrick Vakaoti
Understanding the energy cultures of Tongan households: Implications for effective energy efficiency policy
- Mariona Alcaraz-Corbella
How much does a nearly Zero-Energy Building (nZEB) housing stock cost? A case study in multi-property apartment buildings in Barcelona
- Jen Purdie, Grant Telfar
Balancing the energy Trilemma: Modelling the NZ electricity system out of 2050
- Michael Jack, Janet Stephenson
Decarbonising NZ's energy system: more supply infrastructure or more demand flexibility and efficiency?
- Tsani Rakhmah, Nathan Berg and Sean Connelly
Quantifying firm-level barriers to more effective private sector involvement in the transition to low carbon energy system
- Dougal McQueen
A tool for identification and evaluation of pump hydro energy storage opportunities
- Douglas Hill and Sean Connelly
Climate leaders coalition: Corporate social responsibility for transformative change?
- Eugene Kavale
Politically founded, scientifically grounded: Can New Zealand's action on climate change be improved?
- Pam McKinlay
There's no such thing as a free lunch
- Anna P. Tarr, Inga J. Smith and Craig J. Rodger
Carbon dioxide emissions from international air transport of people and freight
- Helen Roberts, Ivan Diaz-Rainey, Sebastian Gehricke and Renzku Zhang
Trump vs. Paris: The impact of climate policy and climate risk on US listed Oil and Gas firm valuation.
- Bridie Lonie
Connecting the dots, again: Citizen art.
- Bob Lloyd
The Greta Effect
- Jens Gröger
Energy Consumption of Software
- Rafferty Parker and Michael Jack
An exploration of statistical models for forecasting hot water electricity demand
- Bill Currie/Sarah Wakes
Small scale distributed wind: The Thinair turbine as a case study of the technical and commercial challenges of introducing an innovative renewable generation option
- Cem Akcaoglu, Louis Cordier, Raphael Carnet, Zhifa Sun and Stephen Moratti
Experimental investigation of laboratory-scale thermochemical heat storage systems.
- Jack Forsman
The role of bicarbonate in limiting damage to Phyotosystem II
- Sandra Mandic, Andrew Jackson, John Lieswyn, Jennifer S. Mindell, Enrique Garcia Bengoechea, John C. Spence, Ben Wooliscroft, Celia Wade-Brown, Kirsten Coppell and Erica Hinckson
Multi-sector and multidisciplinary endeavour to develop key recommendations for increasing active transport in New Zealand
Symposium poster presentations
- Scott Willis
Climate Safe Housing: building better for Climate Justice
- Helen Prime
Characterising Micro and Nanopatterned Surfaces for Anti-icing Applications
- Zoe Louyot, Cem Akcaoglu, Zhifa Sun, Stephen Moratti
Characterization and Manufacturing Composite Pellets for Thermochemical Heat Storage Systems
- Jean Vassalli
Economic assessment of the desulphurisation of biogas using sewage
- Inga J. Smith, Andrew G. Pauling, Cecilia M. Bitz, Katherine Lilly, Patricia J. Langhorne, Cristina L. Hulbe
Modelling the impacts of increased Southern Ocean freshwater fluxes in CCSM4