Australia is in the middle of a major energy transformation – we are leading the world in the per capita installation rate for solar and wind energy. New technologies for energy generation and energy storage continue to revolutionise the electricity sector.
We've tailored this course for professionals across government and industry who are interested in the energy transition and who seek a comprehensive overview of the latest trends in energy technology, economics and policy.
Participants from a range of backgrounds will benefit from the diversity of disciplines covered: this is an essential feature of the course, as the energy transformation will impact all sectors of our economy and society.
Past attendees' testimonials:
- "Quality of presenters was excellent. The content was very relevant and clearly presented. Participants were also given the opportunity to ask questions and engage with each other and the presenters.”
- "Exactly the right amount of detail in the course - focus always on bigger picture while providing interesting details of policy instruments and state of technology etc"
- "The course provided coverage of energy issues from different perspectives (engineering, policy, economics)"
- "Excellent course! Would highly recommend to others."
- "The course had an optimistic, yet realistic, tone throughout."
- "This was a good high-level overview course for professionals."
Dates: 19 April to 23 April 2021
Delivery mode: 6 online sessions via Zoom.
Cost (incl. GST) per person:
Until 5 April $1,200
From 6 April $1,500
Until 5 April $1,200 per person
From 6 April $1,500 per person
Monday 19 April
Introduction and Fundamentals of Energy Technologies
Dr Igor Skryabin, ANU Institute for Climate, Energy & Disaster Solutions
Tuesday 20 April
Economics of low-carbon energy
Assoc. Prof. Paul Burke, Crawford School of Public Policy
Wednesday 21 April
Variable Renewable Energy Sources/ Electrification
Assoc. Prof. Matthew Stocks, School of Engineering
Thursday 22 April
Hydrogen as energy vector and Certification of Hydrogen
Prof. Kylie Catchpole, School of Engineering
Friday 23 April
Energy Futures and Energy Security
Prof. Ken Baldwin, Director, ANU Grand Challenge: Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia Pacific
Friday 23 April
Panel discussion and wrap up