Jeremy has designed and built many renewable energy systems and products including solar thermal heating, cooling, power generation, photovoltaic systems and building energy, from concept to commissioning and beyond. He was the lead engineer for the award-winning UTS solar driven tri-generation project in Sydney, and is heavily involved in the development of national and international standards on solar energy through Standards Australia, International Standards Organisation (ISO), and the International Energy Agency (IEA) Solar Heating Cooling Program.
Jeremy has been dedicated to finding renewable energy solutions since 2006.
2014-present: Director | Energy Analysis & Engineering Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia
2011-2014: Director | Solem Consulting Pty Ltd , Sydney, Australia
2010-2011: Project Engineer | Solem Consulting, Sydney, Australia
2010: Energy management | University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2008-2010: Renewable Energy Engineer | Solar San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas
2006-2010: Bachelor of Engineering – Renewable Energy (BEng Hons 1), University of New South Wales, Australia
The Design and Installation of a Combined Concentrating Power Station, Solar Cooling System and Domestic Hot Water System, by Jeremy P. Osborne, Paul Kohlenbach, Uli Jakob, Johan Dreyer, Jamey Kim. Find the paper here
Developing The Australian Solar Cooling Market: Status Update And Lessons From The Solar Thermal Industry by Jeremy P. Osborne. Find the paper here
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Global Solar Certification Network
Board of Director of the Global Solar Certification Network
Chairperson of AIRAH Solar Heating & Cooling Workshop 2015
Member of the AIRAH Solar Cooling Special Technical Group
Active member of Standards Australia technical committee responsible for the development of solar thermal product and system standards. Involved with AS/NZS 4234, AS/NZS 2712, AS/NZS 5125, AS 5389.
Active member of International Standards Organisation (ISO) Technical Committee 180 (Solar Energy). Developing international standards for solar thermal products. Involved with ISO 9806:2013
Active Australian representative at International Energy Agency (IEA), Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (SHC), Task 48, Task 43, and Task 49
AIRAH Dennis Joseph Award for innovative Use of Solar Energy in HVAC&R. The Design and Installation of a Combined Concentrating Power Station, Solar Cooling System and Domestic Hot Water System (2014).
15 November 2016 - Opportunities: Solar Heating and Cooling for AIRAH - Presentation can be found here
12 December 2016 - Free workshop: Industrial heat - efficient processes and renewable supply - Presentation can be found here
22 February 2017 - A presentation to Dairy Australia: Industrial Solar Hot Water for Dairy Processes - Presentation can be found here
6 May 2017 - A practical assessment of residential solar hot water options. - Presentation can be found here
12 May 2017 - PANEL DISCUSSION: TECHNOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING - Presentation can be found here