Master of Energy Change

The Master of Energy Change gives energy decision-makers the tools to deal with the challenges of tomorrow's energy needs

A key to addressing climate change is a world-wide change to carbon-free forms of energy. This energy change also offers a number of other benefits to society: it not only facilitates the transition to a sustainable economy, but also improves energy access and security and increases energy productivity for the benefit of the wider economy.

Currently there are relatively few practitioners with a broad understanding of the many issues involved, or the skills needed to contribute to, this complex growth area.

Put yourself at the vanguard of the energy revolution

The Master of Energy Change equips the next generation of energy decision makers with the knowledge and skills to help drive and lead the energy revolution.

Addressing the challenges of energy change requires innovative, interdisciplinary approaches.    This degree is ideal for those with a technical background or a non-technical background as it bridges the gap between technical and non technical skills such as policy, law and economics. The Masters of Energy Change provides a strong basis in the fundamentals of economics, governance, policy, sociology and technology related to energy change, whilst also giving students the flexibility to focus on areas of energy innovation most relevant to their professional needs, interests and skills.

As the need for energy change grows, demand for these skills will only increase.

For enquiries about the program, please contact:

Semester Two 2017:
Associate Professor Kylie Cathpole on kylie.catchpole@anu.edu.au or
+61 2 6125 0874

From January 2018:
Associate Professor James Prest on james.prest@anu.edu.au or
+61 2 6125 1689

Visit the Master of Energy Change (Coursework) and the Master of Energy Change (Advanced) page on the ANU Programs and Courses website for more details on the degree programs and to apply for admission.

You can also email queries to energy.change@anu.edu.au or visit the ANU Future Students site for general information on studying at ANU.

Prospective students may also be interested in the Master of Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies).

Updated:  22 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, Energy Change Institute/Page Contact:  Webmaster