List of published articles and papers by Richard Keech

  1.  Silicon Chip, August 2010, “Solar Power – 24/7” (with Matthew Wright)
  2. ReNew, Edition 115 April 2011, “Super-efficient hot water“, Alternative Technology Association.
  3. ReNew, Edition 117 September 2011, “Software to save energy, Alternative Technology Association.
  4. ReNew, Edition 120 June 2012, “Solar PV and the meter box equation“, Alternative Technology Association.
  5. ReNew, Edition 121 September 2012, “Meter Smarts“, Alternative Technology Association.
  6. Reneweconomy, 2012-12-12, “Why are we buying insurance from power companies?
  7. fact sheet, “Why no gas in buildings?“, 2013-04-04, Beyond Zero Emissions
  8. Reneweconomy, 2013-04-09, “Gas – is it a natural fit for buildings?”,
  9. ReNew, Edition 124, July 2013, “Display your power“, Alternative Technology Association.
  10. ReNew, Edition 125, “Methane Matters: Is the future electric?“, Alternative Technology Association.
  11. ReNew, Edition 127, “There’s a hole in the bucket, dear Liza: The benefits of insulation”, Alternative Technology Association.
  12. ATA, “Efficient Hot Water” (co author), January 2014.
  13. session paper at AIRAH “Future of HVAC” conference, Melbourne, August 13-14 2013, “What role for gas in future HVAC?
  14. Reneweconomy, “It’s time for Australia’s next light-bulb moment“, 2014-09-15,
  15.  ATA, “Green Home Heating” (ebook), July 2015 – chapter “The benefits of insulation” base on that in ReNew 127.
  16. Beyond Zero Emissions, “The Energy Freedom Home”, Scribe Publications, 2015.
  17. My Efficient Electric Home, “Hot water – more than meets the eye“, December 2016
  18. session paper at Healthcare Environmental Sustainability Forum, “Gas-free hospitals”, Melbourne, June 2017
  19. Sanctuary, “Changing phase: Are PCMs living up to their promise?“, Edition 42, Feb 2018, Alternative Technology Association.
  20. Submission to Vic Gov VEU update review. R Keech submission – VICTORIAN ENERGY UPGRADES, 2020-01-31
  21. The Fifth Estate, “7 ways to rebuild Australian resilience”, (with Brendan Condon and Damien Moyse)