Buildings Alive has signed on as an industry partner to a major energy innovation research initiative application: the Reliable Affordable Clean Energy for 2030 Cooperative Research Centre (RACE for 2030 CRC).

The vision of the RACE for 2030 CRC is to conduct high-impact research on boosting energy productivity and integrating clean, distributed energy into the grid, in order to cut bills and carbon emissions of Australian businesses and households.

RACE for 2030 CRC will be an industry-led research effort to drive energy innovation across the supply chain to deliver better value for energy customers. This includes cutting edge research and developing new technology to boost Australian business energy productivity, integrate distributed energy resources into the grid, reduce energy bills for consumers, enhance energy reliability and cut carbon emissions.

The RACE for 2030 consortium of 79 organisations represents the key stakeholders from across the sector including leading; SME’s, corporate technology providers, large energy users, networks, retailers, government departments, Commonwealth Growth Centres, clean energy capital providers, incubators, international collaborations and applied researchers.

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