Development of a methodology to quantify and monetise the co- benefits of energy efficiency; and undertake spatial mapping to identify geographical variation in risk factors and priority populations

  • Lal, Aparna (PI)
  • Chateau, Dan (CoI)
  • Skeat, Helen (CoI)
  • Tsheten, Tsheten (CoI)
  • White, Lee V (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details

    Description

    Research Services contract for ACT Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development :: Phase 1- Deliverable 1: A Methodology that can be applied across policy/programs (not just VHESS) to determine, and assign monetary estimates to the multiple co-benefits of programs and policies, specifically energy efficiency. This would include health, wellbeing, productivity and whole of society economic benefits.Phase 1- Deliverable 2: Spatial mapping to identify geographical variation in risk factors and priority populations.Phase 2- Deliverable 3: Application of the Methodology to populations participating in programs under VHESS.
    StatusActive
    Effective start/end date28/07/2328/07/25

    Funding

    • ACT Government - Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate: A$177,063.00

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