Knowledge Sharing

Intyal­heme builds on the exist­ing renew­ables exper­tise and infra­struc­ture in Alice Springs, col­lat­ing and curat­ing knowl­edge for an entire col­lab­o­ra­tive net­work. By increas­ing shared knowl­edge across the indus­try, we can more rapid­ly and effi­cient­ly solve the chal­lenge of inte­grat­ing more renew­ables into our pow­er sys­tems. Intyal­heme also shares knowl­edge with the com­mu­ni­ty to pro­mote greater under­stand­ing and enthu­si­asm for renew­able energy. 

Intyal­he­me’s knowl­edge shar­ing activ­i­ties include: 

  • Host­ing the first Cli­math­on to take place in region­al Australia
  • Bring­ing the bright­est minds in renew­ables to Alice Springs for an Aus­tralian Renew­able Ener­gy Agency (ARE­NAA‑Lab to devel­op inno­v­a­tive solu­tions with nation­al relevance
  • Par­tic­i­pat­ing in con­fer­ences and indus­try events, includ­ing a keynote pre­sen­ta­tion to Engi­neers Australia
  • Pre­sent­ing Future Ener­gy Conversations
  • Engag­ing with the com­mu­ni­ty through events such as the Alice Springs Show, NAIDOC Week, the DesertS­MART Eco­Fair, the Desert Knowl­edge Precinct Twi­light Fes­ti­val, Octo­ber Busi­ness Month 2018 and 2019, the World Solar Chal­lenge, and var­i­ous one-off com­mu­ni­ty events and forums
  • Devel­op­ing the Off-Grid Guide to share knowl­edge gen­er­at­ed dur­ing the Bush­light pro­gram, and con­nect indus­try players
  • Lead­ing the mul­ti-stake­hold­er Alice Springs Future Grid project, which includes CSIRO as both a Con­sor­tium Mem­ber and Knowl­edge Shar­ing Part­ner. The Future Grid web­site has been con­struct­ed with knowl­edge shar­ing as a cen­tral theme.