Trivess Moore

Sustainable Building Innovation Laboratory

Lecturer, School of Property, Construction and Project Management, RMIT University.

Trivess is a lecturer in the Sustainable Building Innovation Laboratory in the School of Property, Construction and Project Management at RMIT University. He has a strong research interest in socio-technical transitions to a low carbon urban housing future, with a focus on design, energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies, liveability and through-life affordability. In addition, Trivess is interested in how we can scale up niche sustainable housing developments like the Nightingale model so that they can become standard practice. Currently, Trivess is working on several projects which are based upon monitoring and evaluating sustainable housing and compact cities more broadly including leading the Housing Energy Efficient Transitions (HEET) ARC funded linkage project looking at retrofitting existing housing for sustainability in Australia.

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