A new Energy Research Institutes Council for Australia (ERICA)

The directors of Australia’s major energy research institutes have announced the formation of a new Energy Research Institutes Council for Australia (ERICA)

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ECI builds research ties with Kazakhstan

A delegation from the Energy Change Institute travelled to Astana, Kazakhstan in August to connect with energy researchers from the Central Asian country at

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The ECI Grand Challenge: Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific

The ANU Energy Change Institute’s Grand Challenge is to bring Zero-Carbon Energy to the Asia Pacific.

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Solar is now the most popular form of new electricity generation worldwide

Written by Andrew Blakers, ECI Executive Member and Professor of Engineering, Australian National University.

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ANU identifies 5,000 possible pumped hydro sites

Researchers at ANU have identified about 5,000 sites in Queensland, Tasmania, the Canberra district and in and around Alice Springs as potentially suitable f

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Icon Water/Actew AGL Endowment Fund call for concepts

The ANU, through the Energy Change Institute, is seeking concept proposals from ANU researchers who wish to build partnerships with ActewAGL and Icon Water t

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The future of low-carbon energy in the United States

In this video watch Professor Ken Baldwin, Director of the Energy Change Institute (ECI) interview the Director of the US Department of Energy, National Rene

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Renewable energy technology: developments and challenges

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 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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