Read our latest report which looks at the consequences of our world-leading per-capita wind and PV buildrate on emissions.
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Read our latest paper published in the IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics here.
Click through to access the global pumped hydro atlas.
Huge renewable deployment in Australia has the country on track to reach the Paris emission targets five years early – read more here.
ANU will host a public lecture on the Australian renewables revolution.
Read our article published in The Conversation here.
The ANU 100% Renewable Energy group conducts research in the deployment and integration of renewable energy,
working towards carbon-neutrality throughout Australia’s economy.
PVSC47 100% Renewable Energy Future Tutorial
Why solar energy can help Indonesia attain 100% green electricity by 2050
Imagining Australia with 100% renewable energy: how do we get there?
Australia’s greenhouse emissions are peaking
Pathway to 100% Renewable Electricity
Report released on renewable energy build rates
Dr Stocks presents at HydroVision International
Prof. Blakers presents at the 46th IEEE PVSC
Global pumped hydro atlas released
Renewable Energy Workshop Statement
Australia: The Renewable Energy Superstar presentation
Australia streaks ahead to be renewables world champion
Australia: The Renewable Energy Superstar
NSW Pumped for Cleaner Energy Future
At its current rate, Australia is on track for 50% renewable electricity in 2025
Read about our work in Renew Economy
Energy policy needs to get on board the renewable energy train
Energy Insiders podcast: The future of pumped hydro
Eureka prize for Environmental Research
New coal doesn’t stack up – just look at Queensland’s renewable energy numbers
Webinar for upcoming PHES cost model
Indonesia miliki banyak tempat penyimpanan energi hidro untuk sokong 100% listrik terbarukan
Indonesia has far more than enough pumped hydro storage sites to support a 100% renewable electricity grid
Solar PV and wind are on track to replace all coal, oil and gas within two decades
Shadow Minister’s press release responding to our study
What’s the net cost of using renewables to hit Australia’s climate target? Nothing
Meeting Australia’s Paris greenhouse commitment at zero net cost
The Minister for the Environment and Energy sees key role for energy storage
Want energy storage? Here are 22,000 sites for pumped hydro across Australia
22,000 sites for pumped hydro energy storage
Watch Matt Stocks' interview from ABC Breakfast
Solar is now the most popular form of new electricity generation worldwide
The Queensland, Tasmanian, and ACT Pumped Hydro atlases are now available
Minister for the Environment and Energy reaffirms support for PHES
The South Australian Pumped Hydro atlas is now available
Charging to the future - but are our governments keeping up with electric cars?
90–100% renewable electricity for the South West Interconnected System of Western Australia
Hydro storage can secure 100% renewable electricity
The government is right to fund energy storage: a 100% renewable grid is within reach
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Australia's renewable energy industry is delivering rapid and deep emissions cuts (PDF, 377 K)
Renewable project pipeline (xlsx, 253 K)
A detailed description of the capability of STORES to provide ancillary services (PDF, 216 K)
Identification of potential STORES Renewable Energy Zones (PDF, 3.2 M)
An analysis of potential STORES environmental and water consumption impacts (PDF, 703 K)
A comparison of STORES with other energy storage technologies, gas and biomass generation (PDF, 139 K)
Link to PHES cost model webinar
Link to Indonesian documents
Meeting Australia's Paris greenhouse commitment at zero net cost (pdf, 292 K)
An Australian atlas of pumped hydro energy storage (pdf, 7.6 M)
An Australian atlas of pumped hydro energy storage: Figures (pdf, 8.9 M)
Link to NSW Atlas documents
Link to Northern Territory Atlas documents
Link to Victorian Atlas documents
Link to Western Australia Atlas documents
Summary - 100% renewable electricity in Australia (PDF, 110K)
100% renewable electricity in Australia (PDF, 2MB)
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