PP5 Education, Training and Outreach

Within the PP5 Education, Training and Outreach package, ACAP has specific targets for high quality publications and for the number of researchers in different categories who benefit from the infrastructural support it provides, as well as for the number and length of researcher exchanges. A significant number of outreach events is also targeted for each year. As well as major events such as those reported in the PP5 section of this annual report, other outreach activities in 2015 have included public lectures on material relevant to ACAP’s activities, a high-level book chapter introduction to solar energy, newspaper and magazine articles, and visits, information papers and presentations for policy developers and their advisors.

 

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Chief Investigators: David Jordan, Australian PV Consulting
Overview: An additional milestone, for a report on existing and future research infrastructure, was added to the ACAP program in 2014.
Overview: APVI is spearheading the proposed Photovoltaics Industry Innovation Precinct bid to the Department of Industry's Industry Innovation Precincts Programme. It is intended, if funded, to become an imp
Chief Investigators: Trevor Pryor, Kim Blackmore, Richard Corkish, Wasim Saman, Wendy Miller, Amanda Wood-McConney
Overview: ACAP participates fully in and supports the review, led by Murdoch University and funded by the Office of Learning and Teaching, of the Australian sustainable energy curriculum.
Chief Investigators: Robert Largent, Jenefer Husman
Overview: This project has ceased.
Chief Investigators: Richard Corkish
Overview: While recruitment efforts at UNSW persist, this was closed as a separate ACAP task in December 2014
Chief Investigators: Richard Corkish
Overview: While the activity continues at UNSW, this was closed as an ACAP task in december 2014.
Overview: The UNSW School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, with ACAP support and involvement, hosts a series of lunchtime seminars by visitors and local researchers. In 2015, a wide range of
Chief Investigators: Richard Corkish
Overview: While the activity continues at the nodes, it was closed as an ACAP activity in December 2014. Aim: Increase engagement with clean energy Diploma programs at Polytechnics in Singapore.
Chief Investigators: Richard Corkish
Overview: While it continues at UNSW, ithis task was closed as an ACAP activity in December 2014.  
Chief Investigators: Anna Bruce; Richard Corkish
Overview: While it continues at UNSW, ithis task was closed as an ACAP activity in December 2014.

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