The Energy Change Institute Open Day showcases the latest energy research from ANU and provides a platform for exchanging ideas for ANU researchers, industry, government agencies and other energy stakeholders.
Presentations from the day can now be downloaded - see below.
|Time||Presenter / subject||Download Presentation|
State-of-the-Institute presentation – Professor Ken Baldwin, Energy Change Institute
Incorporating updates on:
Education programs - Dr James Prest
Industry Engagement - Dr Igor Skryabin
Outreach and Public Policy - Sarah Wilson and Ken Baldwin
Current Status of Renewable Energy and Climate Change in the US - Greg Wilson, G.M. Consulting and formerly of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
SERIS-ANU solar energy collaborations and solarisation of Singapore - Professor Armin Aberle, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), National University of Singapore
ANU ECI Grand Challenge - Zero-carbon energy for the Asia- Pacific - Dr Emma Aisbett, ECI and School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)
|ActewAGL Endowment grant winner - Report of Activities: Efficient Non-Noble Metals Catalysts for Low-Cost and Scalable H2 Generation and Storage - Professor Antonio Tricoli|
Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program
Dr Marnie Shaw, Research School of Engineering
Dr Alexey Glushenkov, Research School of Chemistry & Research School of Engineering
Dr Elizabeth Ratnam, Research School of Engineering
Dr Bjӧrn Sturmberg, Research School of Engineering
|12.30 -1pm||New ECI Members' Research|
Improvised cook-stoves, Professor Israr Qureshi, College of Business and Economics
Energy Policy and Costs and Distributional modelling for Australian Households, Associate Professor Ben Phillips, Centre for Social Research and Methods
|Sub-Monolayers of Al2O3 as Passivating Contacts for Silicon Solar Cells, Dr Daniel Hiller, Research School of Engineering||PDF (1.5MB)|
|Peer-to-peer Energy Sharing, Dr Sid Chau, Research School of Computer Science||PDF (1.7MB)|
|Computational Design of Catalyst Materials and Technologies, Professor Sean Smith, Research School of Physical Science and Engineering||PDF (1.6MB)|