Past events

9.30am 13 February – 5.30pm 20 February 2017
Join us to hear from candidates for the role of Research Leader of the new ANU battery storage research program.    The program will research improved ways to store...
2–6pm 6 February 2017
Program: 1.30 pm: Registration/Coffee 2.00 pm: Official Opening – Shane Rattenbury, ACT Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability 2.15pm: Opportunities for...
Electricity transmission lines
5.30–7pm 6 December 2016
The energy sector globally has entered an era of radical transition. Driven by combinations of technological change and environmental concerns from the local to the global, the...
Renewable Energy Day
10am–4pm 3 December 2016
You are invited to come along on a Free Bus Tour to have an up-close look at our region’s many Renewable Energy Technologies … ...
Carbon Wars, Jeremy Leggett, ACT Govt Solar Oration
5.30–7pm 29 November 2016
THE ACT GOVT / ANU SOLAR ORATION Download the presentation PDF (26.71MB) Energy in society can be thought of as being in a state of global civil war, with a light side and a...
ANU Energy Update future energy research
29 November 2016
Presentations for Energy Update 2016 are now available - scroll down to the program below. Presentations for Energy Change Institute Open Day can be downloaded here. The...
ANU high flux solar simulator
9am–1pm 28 November 2016
The Energy Change Institute Open Day showcased the latest energy research from ANU and provided a platform for exchanging ideas for ANU researchers, industry, government...
Innovation Clean Energy deployment
5.30–7pm 20 October 2016
The revolution in clean energy systems reflects steady yet dramatic progress in clean energy innovation. This includes performance improvements, cost reductions, and better system...
System integration of wind and solar
12.30–1.30pm 14 October 2016
Is wind power to be blamed for last week’s South Australian blackout?As generation costs of wind and solar decrease into the range of fossil fueled power, the system impacts...
9.30–11am 14 October 2016
Jamaica’s electricity sector faces supply-side challenges. Demand-side policies have the potential to improve electricity use efficiency and reduce the likelihood of...
ANU energy security forum
8.30am–2pm 13 October 2016
This forum, presented by the ANU Energy Change Institute and Engineers Australia, will give policy makers and other stakeholders the tools to develop improved energy policy...
11.30am 7 September – 2pm 9 September 2016
Workshop Wednesday, 7 September 2016 - 11:30am - Thursday, 8 September 2016 - 1:30pm This workshop builds upon unique Australian...
Indonesian power lines
9.30–11am 19 August 2016
PhD seminar - EconElectricity is a vital factor underlying modern living standards, but there is relatively little systematic evidence on what contributes to electricity sector...
Artic permafrost melting
4–5.15pm 2 August 2016
Climate change has already triggered an increase in the rate of methane release from the arctic permafrost. The petroleum and gas industry is well placed to capture this methane...
The fight for king coal’s crown
12.30–1.30pm 12 July 2016
Over the last two decades business actors have received growing attention in global environmental politics. In the context of climate change, scholars have demonstrated the...
4–5pm 7 July 2016
Meeting our future global energy needs in an environmentally responsible way is one of the greatest challenges of the twenty first century.The discovery of new functional...
6pm 21 June 2016
Download podcast of this event - https://soundcloud.com/experience_anu/the-vote-climate-change-...
US oil well, ANU Energy Change Institute
4–5.30pm 31 May 2016
The US is an energy superpower - it's the world’s largest gas producer, the world’s largest oil producer and it has the largest coal reserves on the planet....
31 May 2016
Opportunities to Maximise Renewable Energy Business Growth and Success You are invited to attend SERREE’s inaugural Renewable Energy Industry Cluster Conference to be...
Don Russell
5.30–6.45pm 19 May 2016
It is now 20 years since the legislation establishing the National Electricity Market (NEM) was passed in the South Australian Parliament, and it is legitimate...

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