Past events

Remote island mini-grids in the Pacific
12–1pm 31 March 2016
This presentation will cover energy challenges and the transition to renewable energy in small island mini-grids. It will focus on Tuvalu as a case study and will cover the design...
5.15pm 16 March 2016
The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE) and University House present: Personal Power-Stations: The rise of small-scale distributed...
Smoking coal power station - Energy Change Institute
2–5.30pm 29 February 2016
Electricity production is Australia’s largest carbon dioxide emitting sector, and offers great potential for emissions reductions both in the short and...
Passivhaus, ANU Energy Change Institute
3.30–5.30pm 22 February 2016
 A panel of experts from Switzerland and Australia will discuss, compare and contrast opportunities for energy innovation across various urban centres, followed by informal...
9.30–11am 19 February 2016
Does a country’s stock of financial capital affect its ability to achieve energy transitions? This paper uses data for up to 137 countries for the period...
11am 15 December 2015
Artificial photosynthesis is a promising method for producing renewable energy by use of sun light.  Artificial photosynthesis employing the modified Z-sheme of natural...
8.30am–6pm 8 December 2015
Presentations from the ANU Energy Update 2015 can be viewed and downloaded here.    View a compelling 2 minute video that encapsulates the key themes of this year...
5.15–6.30pm 7 December 2015
Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are rapidly transforming the energy landscape. PV and wind generators are being installed at a greater rate than new coal. gas, oil and nuclear...
9am–4pm 7 December 2015
The ECI Open Day serves as a platform for exchanging ideas and networking for ANU based academics and researchers working in the field of energy change.  It is open to key...
12.30–1.30pm 26 November 2015
Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) has just released a groundbreaking new report, "Renewable Energy Superpower". The report looks at the implications of the fact the world...
5.30–6.30pm 23 November 2015
This event is part of the Dean's Colloquia Series, hosted by Professor Elanor Huntingdon, Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science...
11am–12pm 19 November 2015
Geopolitics are increasingly playing an important role in commodity prices. Unrest in key hotspots in the Middle East, tensions in Ukraine, along with concerns on slowing growth...
30 October 2015
You are invited to Renewable Energy Day – where business and industry, government, education and the community will gather to showcase the opportunities, benefits and...
14–15 October 2015
Microgrids have become all the rage lately as renewable technologies continue their movement into the mainstream with lower energy costs and higher reliability. ABB,...
12.30–1.30pm 29 September 2015
Seminar Slides (PDF 1.71MB) The size and capacity of the global telecommunications infrastructure is growing as the demand for on-line data and new Internet services...
12.30–1.45pm 28 August 2015
With the energy transition or Energiewende, the German government aims to deeply reduce carbon dioxide emissions by increasing renewable energy to 60 per cent of...
12.30–2pm 26 August 2015
Hugh Saddler:      What's happening to residential electricity demand in Australia?  Average annual electricity...
12.30–1.30pm 20 August 2015
Governments invest billions of dollars in low-carbon energy technologies in order to address climate change and drive economic growth. Recently some governments have also adopted...
12.30–5.30pm 6 August 2015
The ANU Climate and Energy Research Student Expo showcases the ongoing and completed research work in the field of climate change and energy change. Each year, the Climate...
9am–1pm 28 April 2015
Tuesday, 28 April, 09:00am–01:00pm Leonard Huxley Theatre, Leonard Huxley Building [56], Mills Road, ANU The Energy White Paper, released on 8 April is...

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