Monash Energy Institute is working to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable energy future by fostering and facilitating impactful interdisciplinary research, in collaboration with its trusted partners.
Fossil fuels once held dominion over the economic agendas of countries, but with the global shift to renewable solutions agendas have shifted. What corporations will power our future? How will energy be sold and traded and who does the power struggle ultimately benefit? Join us as we seek to answer the question: who holds the power?
On September 18 and 19 2019, Monash Energy Institute held its inaugural Monash Energy Conference where current and future leaders from government, industry and academia, gave an outlook of the challenges faced in the energy sector and how they may be overcome.
The Monash Energy Club is a student run organisation targeted at every faculty within Monash University, to provide exclusive career opportunities and the forum required to learn about Australia’s energy transformation.
A positive future for Australia’s energy industry will require, among other things, dynamic and well-trained graduates who are prepared to address pressing issues head-on. We are delighted to announce that GE Digital are partnering with Monash Engineering to equip students with hands-on experience in the Energy Management Systems that are used in industry, through a $5.45m software donation of the GE e-terra platform suite and the GE Digital Energy ADMS platforms.
On September 18 & 19th, MEMSI (now Monash Energy Institute) held its inaugural Energy Conference on the Monash University campus. The conference brought together the university energy community, and showcased and celebrated the many ways in which we can work together to achieve sustainable innovation in the energy sector.
During the event, we unpacked how pursuing industry partnership PhDs can help fund your study while making a real-world impact, building interdisciplinary connections, open interesting career pathways and immersive travel opportunities. Key speakers from GreenSync, Monash University, Engineers Without Borders, Pollinate Group and Senvion lead our attendees through their academic journey.
The Young Energy Professionals Melbourne Network, in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Energy, facilitated a discovery tour of Australia’s largest behind-the-meter hybrid energy storage at Monash Clayton Campus on the 3rd and 31st May 2019.
Monash University and RMIT University researchers released: Nicholls L, Arcari P, Glover A, Martin R and Strengers Y. (2019) Engaging households towards the Future Grid: experiences, expectations and emerging trends, Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Melbourne.