From 2016, new undergraduate and postgraduate courses on Wind Energy are available at ANU.
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Megan Ward was an Energy Policy Officer with the ACT Government when she heard about the Master of Energy Change program. She outlines her perspectives bel
Check out what students and academics say about the Master of Energy Change program at ANU.
One of the winning bidders of the ACT Government’s wind energy auction will contribute to energy research and education at the ANU.
New students in the Master of Energy Change program are eligible for the $5,000 Union Fenosa Wind Australia Award.
Nigerian graduate student, Glory Nwagbara, has been studying the Master of Energy Change program at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra.
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