The ANU 100% Renewable Energy group conducts research in the deployment and integration of renewable energy, working towards carbon-neutrality throughout Australia’s economy.
This website contains much of our work output and research interests. Please get in contact with us if you want to discuss anything further, whether it be pumped hydro reservoir siting, transport efficiency and electrification, energy balance modelling, or anything else related to the decarbonisation of energy.
There’s a huge surge in solar production under way – and Australia could show the world how to use it
22 Sep 2022
An article by Andrew Blakers appeared in The Conversation today, and was republished in Renew Economy.
Dramatic changes in Australia illustrate the future of the American electricity system
5 Jul 2022
An article by Andrew Blakers appeared in Energy Central today, exploring the the changing electricity system in Australia, and implications for the United States.
To triple transmission capacity, landowners and neighbours need to be paid more
31 May 2022
An article by Andrew Blakers appeared in Renew Economy today, exploring the future need for transmission in Australia, and fair compensation for landholders and neighbours hosting the transmission towers.
Mass storage is a solved problem
18 May 2022
An article by Andrew Blakers appeared in Energy Central today.
Renewables snapshot – Are we on track to decarbonise the globe?
16 May 2022
An article by Andrew Blakers appeared in Renew Economy today, exploring the current growth rates of solar and wind, and the work ahead to build out renewables to electrify everything and decarbonise...
Renewables in 2021
26 Apr 2022
An article by Andrew Blakers appeared in Energy Central today, detailing the renewable electricity capacity increases in 2021.