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.
Jenn Richler, Senior editor covering Behavioral and Social Sciences for Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy, covered the 2 journals portfolios, publishing opportunities in these and other Nature journals, and the editorial process.
Dr. Lawrence Jones, award winning industry leader and practitioner covered questions related to universal clean electricity access by 2030 and our role as engineers and researchers communicating vital technological solutions with key stakeholders in government and industry.
In this instalment, we will look at the bushfires impacts beyond the immediate destructive burning, with a focus on energy generation, transmission and distribution, and on the efforts to build energy systems that cause fewer bushfires.
This is the first in a two-part series on bushfires in Australia. In this instalment, we will look at the history of bushfire in Australia and management strategies used to control the spread and limit the damage caused by bushfires.
On 12-13 December 2019, Monash University held an international workshop on photovoltaic technology. The Photovoltaics Workshop at Monash University was co-sponsored by Monash University Office of the Vice-Provost (Research), the Monash Energy Institute, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), and the Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics.