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Energy Supply

Monash doesn’t believe in a future where access to energy becomes a lottery.

Lucky Energy

The Energy Lottery is a government run lottery where you don’t win money, you win energy.

In order to converse as much of world's energy as possible, households are allocated only one entry per-day, however if you wish to up your odds you can purchase more tickets for a hefty fee.

Prizes range from 4 hours of power to a lifetime supply of energy.

Today's energy challenge

Energy and the technology it powers has become fundamental to our ever-increasing quality of life. But if we keep doing things the way we’ve always done, we’re going to cause irreversible damage to our environment. It’s not sustainable, and it’s not fair to future generations. We're working to create an energy future that's sustainable, secure and affordable for all.

This future shouldn't exist; we're changing it

  • Sustainable energy

    Associate Professor Jacek Jasieniak
    With experience in the areas of energy materials and new-energy technology, Monash Engineering Associate Professor Jacek Jasieniak is developing advanced nanoscale materials and assembling them into a variety of optoelectronic devices that offer low-cost, high-performance and novel functionality. As Director of the Monash Energy Materials and Systems Institute, he’s also involved in developing the sustainable electricity microgrid on our Clayton campus, contributing to Monash’s goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2030 and, more broadly, helping to accelerate the global transition to a sustainable energy future.

  • Energy justice

    Dr Diane Kraal
    As part of her research into energy justice, Dr Diane Kraal from Monash Business School is developing a framework which can help guide decision-making on energy policy, its development and distribution, energy security and climate change.

  • Energy consumption

    Find out how Professor Michael Fuhrer is making computing sustainable by innovating the way transistors consume energy.

  • Net Zero Initiative

    Monash was the first Australian university to commit to an energy reduction target, and we're proud to be a leader in taking action on climate change. Our goal? Net zero carbon emissions by 2030 for all of our Australian campuses.

  • A Different Lens - Australia's sustainable energy future

    Will green energy leave some businesses in the red? A Different Lens explores the challenges behind the world's need for sustainable power.