The Energy Transition Hub’s first annual symposium took place from the 13th to the 18th November 2018 in Melbourne and Canberra. Fourteen researchers from Germany joined their Australian colleagues (~30...

14 Dec 2018 11:00am to 12:00pm

Franziska Mey will discuss the findings of three significant projects by the Institute for Sustainable Futures:

Transition in employment, updated overview of the number of jobs including a detailed breakdown of specific occupations that will be...

11 Dec 2018 11:00am to 12:00pm

CSIRO recently led the development of a National Hydrogen Roadmap. The purpose of the study was to set out a strategy for turning the emerging technologies that underpin a hydrogen economy into bankable assets, as a foundation for building an economically sustainable industry in Australia....

21 Nov 2018 07:00pm to 09:00pm

Paul Clapham will outline the role of waste and resource recovery technologies in a circular economy with specific reference to research undertaken by Melbourne Waste and Resource recovery group (MWRRG) into the future need for solutions to manage residual municipal solid waste (MSW) within the...

21 Nov 2018 11:00am to 12:00pm

The Victorian Climate Change Act 2017 establishes a comprehensive framework to establish Victoria as a climate change resilient, net zero emissions State. The Act also establishes a long-term target of net zero emissions for Victoria by 2050.

This seminar will...

15 Nov 2018 05:00pm to 06:30pm

Germany has ambitious goals for transition of its energy system in many dimensions. At this seminar, several researchers from Germany will discuss current trends and issues in Germany’s Energiewende, and give a snapshot of selected research areas. Topics will include transition in Germany’s power sector,...

13 Nov 2018 06:00pm to 07:15pm

The transition to low-carbon energy is a national priority for both Australia and Germany. The technological changes underway can unlock economic advantages for energy-intensive industrial processes, mining operations, renewable energies and exporters to the benefit of businesses, consumers and communities. The deep changes in energy...

29 Oct 2018 06:30pm to 08:00pm

Jay Weatherill was Premier of South Australia from 2011 to 2018, establishing the state as the nation's clean energy leader, dramatically cutting the state's carbon emissions and opening new business opportunities.



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