The Improving Residential Energy Efficiency Conference 2019 (IREE) invites extended abstract submissions from both academics and industry/practitioners. The theme of this conference is ‘The nexus between energy, health and wellbeing’.
Understanding the role that energy efficiency plays in the everyday lives, health, and wellbeing of Australians is a complex challenge which requires the combined efforts of government agencies, energy providers and energy users. The 2019 IREE Conference will showcase research, case studies, conceptual ideas, and opinion pieces/critical viewpoints that focus on improving energy efficiency in Australian households and homes.
This conference will benefit numerous audiences including energy, health and community sector providers, state and national government agencies involved in energy regulation and policy, and researchers in energy efficiency in general. The aim is to share best practice outcomes, determined from research efforts, which may inform future actions around energy efficiency and wellbeing.
Papers are in the form of an extended abstract and should be no more than two pages of content (excluding references and appendices). The conference invites both oral and poster presentation submissions in the following categories. Please select a format below, along with a conference topic, and use the relevant template to structure your submission.
All submissions will be peer reviewed by the Scientific Committee against the following criteria.
The presenting author must register and pay for the conference no later than 11:59pm 14 February 2019 AEST (Round 1) or 11:59pm 15 March 2019 AEST (Round 2) to secure their place in the conference program.
The Conference Committee are currently in negotiations with a high ranked academic journal (e.g. Scimago Q1, ABDC A, CABS 3* ranked) to secure a special issue in association with the conference. Please look out for further announcements on this in due course. During the submission process, you will be asked to choose whether to have your extended abstract or only your brief abstract included in the conference proceedings.