Trivess Moore
Trivess Moore
Research Fellow, RMIT University
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Affordable passive solar design in a temperate climate: An experiment in residential building orientation
J Morrissey, T Moore, RE Horne
Renewable Energy 36 (2), 568-577, 2011
Size matters: House size and thermal efficiency as policy strategies to reduce net emissions of new developments
S Clune, J Morrissey, T Moore
Energy Policy 48, 657-667, 2012
Dwelling performance and adaptive summer comfort in low-income Australian households
T Moore, I Ridley, Y Strengers, C Maller, R Horne
Building Research & Information 45 (4), 443-456, 2017
Zero emission housing: Policy development in Australia and comparisons with the EU, UK, USA and California
T Moore, R Horne, J Morrissey
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 11, 25-45, 2014
Modelling the through-life costs and benefits of detached zero (net) energy housing in Melbourne, Australia
T Moore
Energy and Buildings 70, 463-471, 2014
Facilitating a transition to zero emission new housing in Australia: Costs, benefits and direction for policy
T Moore
Lifecycle costing sensitivities for zero energy housing in Melbourne, Australia
T Moore, J Morrissey
Energy and buildings 79, 1-11, 2014
Influencing urban development through government demonstration projects
T Moore, D Higgins
Cities 56, 9-15, 2016
Urban Sustainability Transitions: Australian Cases-International Perspectives
T Moore, F De Haan, R Horne, BJ Gleeson
Springer, 2017
Utilising mixed methods research to inform low-carbon social housing performance policy
T Moore, Y Strengers, C Maller
Urban Policy and research 34 (3), 240-255, 2016
Residential building sustainability rating tools in Australia
U Iyer-Raniga, T Moore, K Wasiluk
Environment Design Guide, 1-14, 2014
Benefits and challenges of energy efficient social housing
T Moore, L Nicholls, Y Strengers, C Maller, R Horne
Energy Procedia 121, 300-307, 2017
Planning for sandbagging as a response to flooding: A tool and case study
L Padgham, R Horne, D Singh, T Moore
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 29 (4), 26, 2014
Coping with extremes, creating comfort: User experiences of ‘low-energy’homes in Australia
G Sherriff, T Moore, S Berry, A Ambrose, B Goodchild, A Maye-Banbury
Energy Research & Social Science 51, 44-54, 2019
What gives to keep that price point? High-density residential developments
D Higgins, T Moore
Pacific Rim Property Research Journal 21 (1), 37-49, 2015
Cost efficient low-emission housing: implications for household cash-flows in Melbourne
T Moore, J Morrissey, R Horne
International Journal of Sustainable Development 17 (4), 374-386, 2014
The importance of house size in the pursuit of low carbon housing
T Moore, S Clune, J Morrissey
State of Australian Cities, Sydney, Australia, 2013
The costs and benefits of zero emission housing; modelling of single detached houses in Melbourne
T Moore
Melbourne: RMIT University, 2010
Cost benefit pathways to zero emission housing: Implications for household cash-flows in Melbourne
T Moore, J Morrissey, R Horne
Proceedings in NZSSES transitions to sustainability conference. Auckland …, 2010
Low-energy housing: are we asking the right questions?
S Berry, T Moore, G Sheriff, D Whaley
International Conference on Sustainability in Energy and Buildings, 445-452, 2018
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