The Energy Change Institute has collaborative partnerships with other research and technology organisations around Australia and internationally.
We have memoranda of understanding with the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Italian Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), CIEMAT (the Spanish renewable energy agency), the Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan (ITRI) and Ecole Polytechnique (Orsay) in France. The ECI is also a member of the Australia-Indonesia Centre (AIC) and the Australia-Germany Energy Transition Hub.
The Hub is a virtual group aimed at connecting the Renewables Industry in the ACT through a support system to grow businesses, share knowledge and position the Hub in a national and international scale.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre is a bilateral collaborative research initiative established by both governments, leading universities, and industry. Its mission is to advance people-to-people links in science, technology, education and innovation.
Established in April 2018 as an initiative of the ANU Energy Change Institute, the Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program consists of a collaborative community that researches solutions to real-world energy and associated systems problems in a holistic manner.
The Centre for Climate and Energy at Crawford School of Public Policy Policy is a network of researchers and experts working on climate change and energy economics and policy. The focus is on Australia and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
ERICA is a council of Australia's major energy research institutes that provides research-led advice on the nation's energy future.
The Climate Change Institute contributes to climate change solutions. They draw on the wealth of climate expertise at ANU and connect that expertise with governments, businesses, the media, the Canberra community and the general public.
The Energy Transition Hub is an Australian-German innovation partnership aims to maximise economic and geopolitical opportunities for Australia and for Germany through research and academic-public sector-industry collaboration.