Gulf of Mexico oil blowout
Drilling in the Bight: has BP learnt the right lessons from its Gulf of Mexico blowout?

Drilling in the Bight: has BP learnt the right lessons from its Gulf of Mexico blowout?

This article by Emeritus Professor Andrew Hopkins was originally published by

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Energy Security Forum

Energy Security Forum

This forum, presented by the ANU Energy Change Institute and Engineers Australia, will give policy makers and other stakeholders the tools to develop improve

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ANU renewable energy storage and integration research
$8 milllion for ANU Renewable Energy Research

$8 milllion for ANU Renewable Energy Research

The Australian National University (ANU) will establish an international research program to improve ways to store renewable energy that can be integrated in

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ANU scientists set solar thermal record

ANU scientists set solar thermal record

Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have set a world record for efficiency for a solar thermal dish generating steam that could be used fo

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Windbacks to solar subsidies may encourage larger systems.  Solar panel image from www.shutterstock.jpg
Solar households to lose subsidies, but it’s a bright future for the industry

Solar households to lose subsidies, but it’s a bright future for the industry

This article by Professor Andrew Blakers was originally published on

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Wind turbines.  Photo: James Prest
South Australia’s electricity price woes are more due to gas than wind

South Australia’s electricity price woes are more due to gas than wind

South Australia's electricity price spikes during this month's calm weather have been blamed on its reliance on wind turbines.

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How Facebook is shaping the debate on coal seam gas
How social media is shaping the debate on coal seam gas

How social media is shaping the debate on coal seam gas

Coal seam gas (CSG) has had a polarising effect in many communities in Australia and around the world.

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Tackling Australian policy's trauma zone
Tackling Australian policy’s ‘trauma zone’

Tackling Australian policy’s ‘trauma zone’

It’s been a case of one step forward, two steps back, for Australia’s climate policy in recent times.

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Climate Change is the challenge.  Energy Change is the key.

The ANU Energy Change Institute combines leading research and teaching on the technologies, efficiency, policy, law, sociology and economics of moving to a sustainable and dominantly renewable energy future.

Research

Research in Energy Change at ANU covers a complete spectrum from energy science, engineering, efficiency and technology, to implementation expertise in the economic, legal, sociological and policy issues surrounding Energy Change.

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Our multi-disciplinary approach to energy change ensures all our graduates possess the necessary skills to contribute effectively to the future of the world. Our students have the unique opportunity to engage with world's top scientists and academics.

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