Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific

In 2018 a team led by the ANU Energy Change Institute won the University’s Grand Challenge Scheme, receiving $10 million in funding over five years for the Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific project.

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).

Visit the central Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific page to see how this research initiative will support a timely, just and sustainable transition to zero-carbon energy in the Asia-Pacific.

News

19 September 2019
A new research project at The Australian National University (ANU) will redefine Australia's trade relationship with the Asia-Pacific based on renewable energy and contribute...
7 August 2019
On 4 August 2019, a major power blackout hit the greater Jakarta area and West Java, affecting approximately 21 million people. Many were still without power the following day,...
16 July 2019
Indonesia has set ambitious targets for adopting renewable energy technologies, including solar power. India serves as a useful model for what is possible, Paul Burke writes....
3 October 2018
The ANU Grand Challenges competition offers up to $10 million to research that tackles the world’s most important and intractable problems. This year’s winners are...
2018 ANU Grand Challenges pitches
21 September 2018
Watch ECI's ANU Grand Challenges Public Pitch on Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific (starts at 1:19).
21 September 2018
Research into a new export industry to deliver cheap, clean energy for Australia and the region has received $10 million in funding as part of The Australian National University...

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