Trivess Moore is a Research Fellow at RMIT University working in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies and the School of Property, Construction and Project Management.
Trivess has been at RMIT University since 2006 when he joined the former Centre for Design. He has a strong research interest in energy efficiency, renewable energies, the built environment and transitioning to a low carbon future. He completed his PhD studies in 2012. He is also a listed media expert at RMIT University.
Trivess’ PhD investigated the costs, benefits and requirements for policy regarding a transition to zero emission housing standards in Australia. The research involved significant cost benefit analysis of various zero emission housing options for Melbourne, Australia, as well as an international policy content analysis applying socio-technical transitions theory to identify limitations of existing minimum energy standards for new housing in Australia. The research argues that by taking a through-life perspective, zero emission housing is technically and economically viable in Australia currently. However, there are a number of key limitations of existing minimum energy standards for new housing in Australia which will make a transition to a low carbon housing future difficult unless addressed.
Trivess has also worked on the ARC funded projects 'Carbon Neutral Communities and Lifetime Affordable Housing in Australia'.
- PhD RMIT
- BSC Env(Hons), Deakin
- Li, H.,Moore, T.,Huang, J.,Zhang, P.,Costin, G. (2022). Towards zero carbon housing in Victoria, Australia: A policy and incentive framework In: Energy Strategy Reviews, 40, 1 - 11
- Berry, S.,Moore, T.,Ambrose, M. (2022). Australia's Experience of Combining Building Energy Standards and Disclosure Regulation In: Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 4, 1 - 11
- Oswald, D.,Moore, T.,Baker, E. (2022). Exploring the well-being of renters during the COVID-19 pandemic In: International Journal of Housing Policy, , 1 - 21
- Oswald, D.,Moore, T.,Lockrey, S. (2021). Flammable cladding and the effects on homeowner well-being In: Housing Studies, , 1 - 21
- Oswald, D.,Moore, T.,Lockrey, S. (2021). (In Press) Combustible costs! financial implications of flammable cladding for homeowners In: International Journal of Housing Policy, , 1 - 27
- Sandri, O.,Holdsworth, S.,Hayes, J.,Willand, N.,Moore, T. (2021). Hydrogen for all? Household energy vulnerability and the transition to hydrogen in Australia In: Energy Research & Social Science, 79, 1 - 11
- Simko, T.,Moore, T. (2021). Optimal window designs for Australian houses In: Energy and Buildings, 250, 1 - 17
- Willand, N.,Moore, T.,Horne, R.,Robertson, S. (2020). Retrofit Poverty: Socioeconomic Spatial Disparities in Retrofit Subsidies Uptake In: Buildings and Cities, 1, 14 - 35
- Doyon, A.,Moore, T. (2020). The Role of Mandatory and Voluntary Approaches for a Sustainable Housing Transition: Evidence from Vancouver and Melbourne In: Urban Policy and Research, 38, 213 - 229
- Daniel, L.,Moore, T.,Baker, E.,Beer, A.,Willand, N.,Horne, R.,Hamilton, C. (2020). Warm, cool and energy-affordable housing policy solutions for low-income renters In: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) Melbourne, Australia
1 PhD Completions and 1 Masters by Research Completions4 PhD Current Supervisions and 1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions
- Inquiry into housing in a circular economy (21/PRO/53280). Funded by: Australian Housing & Urban Research Institute (AHURI) - Competitive from (2021 to 2022)
- Building materials in a circular economy (21/PRO/53284). Funded by: Australian Housing & Urban Research Institute (AHURI) - Competitive from (2021 to 2022)
- Opportunity Assessment: B1 Transforming energy productivity through value chains. Funded by: Race for 2030 Limited CRC - Competitive from (2021 to 2022)
- Sustainable social housing: solutions for large-scale retrofit (Administered by Uni of Adelaide). Funded by: Australian Housing & Urban Research Institute (AHURI) - Competitive from (2021 to 2022)
- Sustainable housing at a neighbourhood scale (Administered by Uni of South Australia). Funded by: Australian Housing & Urban Research Institute (AHURI) - Competitive from (2021 to 2021)