IEA SolarPACES Australia
Solar Thermal 2000
The 10th SolarPACES International Symposium on Solar
Thermal Concentrating Technologies
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The Site Visits
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page will be updated as additional information becomes available
A two day field trip to Canberra will be offered on Saturday/Sunday
the 11th and 12th of March. The transport will be by bus. The tentative
program includes the following:
The non technical activities will include:
in Canberra on the Saturday night is available at the University ($83
single, $46 per person twin share) or can be arranged privately.
The exact cost will depend on the level of interest but approximately
$40 per person is anticipated for transport plus the Sunday barbecue. All
other costs (accommodation, other meals, incidentals) are extra.
Half day option:
Depending on the level of interest, we will be able to organise transport
to and from the CSIRO Saturday morning site visit only. The costs for this
are not yet known. Please indicate if you are interested in this.
Please register your interest as soon as possible via e-mail to Solarpaces@faceng.anu.edu.au
Seats may have to be limited depending on the level of interest. You
should provide the following details:
Come and join us to view some Australian technology
and participate in some Aussie culture.
Name(s) and affiliation of the person(s) booking the tour
Do you want to use the University accommodation on Saturday night? If
so, single or twin-share?
If you know, which hotel will you be staying in while in Sydney?
This tour has been kindly organised by the Solar
Thermal Systems group at the ANU with help from locals at the sites
to be visited.
CLFR Development / University of Sydney Site Visit
David Mills has kindly
offered to show his
facilities. The visit will take place during the Task meetings. No
prior registration is required if you are attending the Task meetings.
More details are available on the Task
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