Led by Professor Ken Baldwin, Director of the Energy Change Institute, the Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific team is truly interdisciplinary. The project involves researchers from five of the ANU Colleges (College of Science, College of Asia and the Pacific, College of Law, College of Engineering and Computer Science and College of Arts and Social Sciences). The structure is outlined in our Governance and Organization Chart (DOCX 48KB), and Transdisciplinary Research Team (led by Dr Emma Aisbett) is shown in the Participant List (XLSX 17KB).
The project team will collaborate with industry, Indigenous organisations, government and community stakeholders. Current industry partners include CWP Renewables, a leading renewable energy developer, that has established a consortium to develop the multi-billion dollar AREH. Other current partners include Evoenergy (formerly ActewAGL) who are collaborating with a particular interest in the hydrogen economy. We welcome inquiries from other key stakeholders who have a collaborative interest in our Grand Challenge research on Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific.
More information on the Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia Grand Challenge
Professor Ken Baldwin, Director, Energy Change Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
For research information
Transdisciplinary Research & Collaboration Leader, Dr Emma Aisbett: email@example.com
For media and communications
Sarah Wilson, Communications Manager, Energy Change Institute
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