Intyalheme

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Charting the future of renewable energy in the Northern Territory and beyond.

Estab­lished in 2017 with a vision to har­ness an inter­con­nect­ed clean ener­gy future for every­one, Intyal­heme builds on a long his­to­ry of renew­able ener­gy in Alice Springs. Cred­i­ble, reli­able and prac­ti­cal infor­ma­tion is need­ed to design tomorrow’s ener­gy sys­tems and Intyal­heme brings peo­ple togeth­er to share knowl­edge and cre­ate the future of renew­able ener­gy. Intyal­heme grows part­ner­ships that demon­strate how new tech­nol­o­gy and inno­v­a­tive prac­tices can be applied through­out Aus­tralia and beyond.

Intyalheme’s guid­ing prin­ci­ples are facil­i­ta­tion, col­lab­o­ra­tion and relevance. 

Intyalheme’s core focus areas are: 

  • Knowl­edge sharing
  • Research and development
  • In situ test­ing of new and emerg­ing technologies
  • Rela­tion­ship and net­work facilitation
  • Indus­try part­ner­ships and commercialisation
  • Com­mu­ni­ty edu­ca­tion and engagement
  • Increas­ing human capac­i­ty and skills, train­ing and devel­op­ment, employ­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties across the renew­able ener­gy sector

Intyal­heme was estab­lished with a North­ern Ter­ri­to­ry Gov­ern­ment grant ($5 mil­lion over 3 years) and is devel­op­ing a sus­tain­able busi­ness mod­el so that its con­tri­bu­tion to the ener­gy sec­tor is ongo­ing. Intyal­heme is a flag­ship project of DKA gov­erned by a con­sor­tium of rep­re­sen­ta­tives from DKA, the North­ern Ter­ri­to­ry Gov­ern­ment, Pow­er and Water Cor­po­ra­tion, Charles Dar­win Uni­ver­si­ty and Ekisti­ca.

Vis­it the Intyal­heme web­site HERE.

Stories

Our Bright Solar Future

Aug 08, 2019

Energy experts are working to break through barriers in the Alice Springs power system, aiming to enable more renewable energy to be generated.

Welcome Glenn Marshall

Jun 25, 2019

Alice Springs local Glenn Marshall to lead Intyalheme forward

Solar power inspiring the next generation

Jun 13, 2019

Children from an Alice Springs school have been learning about why their local environment is ideal for producing solar power.