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.