ATA Canberra Branch
The Canberra branch meets regularly on the last Wednesday of the month, 7:30pm at the Ian Ross building, Australian National University.
Please note: No ATA Canberra branch meeting in April. Our next scheduled meeting was due to take place on Anzac Day (and in the second week of the school holidays). The committee has decided to cancel this meeting. We are organising an in-depth discussion of EVs for an upcoming meeting so please look out for the meeting announcements.
You can contact the branch via their email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Branch committee members can access the branch committee page here.
- 28 February 2018 : Adding wind and solar sources to the electricity system. Does it really break things?
- 25 October 2017 : Batteries – real-life and modelling with the ATA Sunulator
- 30 August 2017 : Developments in technologies and modelling for sustainable housing
- 26 July 2017 : ATA Canberra branch at AIA ‘Hot Housing’ lecture, exhibition and tour.
- 28 June 2017 : Making the ACT sustainable and carbon neutral
- 31 May 2017 : Networks Renewed: Using smart home solar to protect our power grids
- 26 April 2017 : One path to an all-electric home
- 22 Feb 2017 : Planning and Feedback evening
- 30 Nov 2016 : BZE’s Zero Carbon Australia project & branch Annual Meeting
- 26 Oct 2016 : The Passive House Planning Package (PHPP) in real life.
- 28 Sept 2016 : The NextGen energy storage program and long term performance testing of batteries.
- 31 Aug 31, 2016 : Electric heat pumps for water and space heating
- 27 July, 2016 : ATA information stall at AIA Solar House Day
- 29 June 2016 : ACT Next Generation Energy Storage Program
- 15 June 2016 : Tour of a sustainable house with Architect Peter Overton
- 25 May 2016 : Temperature measurement, household energy modelling and the Theory of Cumulative Incompetence
- 30 Mar 2016 : Measurement of building energy efficiency and use.
- 24 Feb 2016 : Recent developments in the ACT House Energy Ratings scheme
A full list of Canberra branch past events can be found here.