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Liam Cranley
Home Energy Adviser

Liam is a Home Energy Adviser working in the Energy Equity and Climate Change team, which he joined in 2017.

He holds a Bachelor of Science (from Curtin University), and graduate diplomas in Education (La Trobe) and Geospatial Science (RMIT).

Liam worked initially on the Victorian Residential Efficiency Scorecard Not for Profit trial and is an accredited Scorecard assessor. In that program and the Affordable Retrofits trial, he has assessed and advised over 600 households, aiming to improve the energy efficiency and comfort of their homes. 

Before coming to the Brotherhood, he assessed over 400 homes for a Low Income Energy Efficiency Program trial, conducted research in carbon emissions and remote sensing, and worked in school and adult education.

Through his study and experience, Liam has developed a keen awareness of both the objective aspects of energy efficiency and householders’ subjective understanding of energy use.

Contact: Liam.Cranley(at)bsl.org.au 

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