Andrew Reddaway ATA – Sunulator’s economic feasibility of a solar system

Andrew Reddaway is an Energy Analyst at the Alternative Technology Association (ATA).  He has expertise in modelling energy and business operations, including experience working with the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO). He was also a key contributor to the BZE Zero Carbon Australia (ZCA) Buildings Plan.

Andrew has created Sunulator – a free tool which estimates the economic feasibility of a solar system. Sunulator is a simulation tool that can help you plan a grid-connected solar project. Based on half-hourly consumption and generation data and electricity tariff information, it calculates the impact on your electricity bill and projects the savings over a 30-year time frame. Financial results include payback period, net present value and return on investment. Sunulator is designed to assist community organisations to install solar systems via additional investment options.

Slide Presentation here
Audio Capture here

Time: 6:30 – 8pm Monday 6 October 2014
Fritz Loewe Theatre (entry via level 2)
McCoy Building
University of Melbourne
Cnr Elgin & Swanston Streets, Carlton

Public transport: Stop 111 Cnr  Elgin & Swanston Streets on tram routes 1 & 8.

Entry to building is on south side of Elgin St up the ramp.
Entry: Gold coin donation

Thank you to the University of Melbourne, Melbourne Energy Institute, our Zero Carbon Australia project partners for supporting us in bringing you this event.

Everyone is welcome to come along to the pub next door to continue the discussion after 8pm.

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