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ANU Energy News & Events

Dear reader

With 2016 confirmed as the hottest year ever recorded and energy sadly emerging as an increasingly contested issue, scroll down for analysis of the politics around energy and climate by two ANU experts. 

On a more positive note, ANU research is demonstrating that, with the addition of storage, an entirely renewable energy grid is achievable, reliable and affordable.   


The Energy Change Institute has also made a submission to the Senate Select Committee into the Resilience of Electricity Infrastructure in a Warming World.  

And we hope to see you at our event on Monday night to hear the inspiring story of how a small Danish island has already gone 100% renewable.

Regards

Professor Ken Baldwin
Director, ANU Energy Change Institute

Events
How Denmark’s Samsø became the World’s first 100% Renewable Energy Island
5.30-7pm, Monday 13 February, followed by drinks
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Electricity subsidy reform in Indonesia: demand-side effects on electricity use
Dr Paul Burke
2-3.30pm, Tuesday 14 February
Read more
Hot, hot, hot: Australia’s future extreme temperatures
Dr Sophie Lewis
1-2pm,Tuesday 28 February
Read more
News
2016 crowned hottest year on record: Australia needs to get heat smart
Dr Liz Hanna, Dr Kathryn Bowen, Prof Mark Howden, The Conversation, 19 January
Read article
A new twist on fusion power could help bring limitless clean energy
A/Prof Matthew Hole, The Conversation, 17 January
Read article

 
News
The government is right to fund energy storage: a 100% renewable grid is within reach
Prof Andrew Blakers, Bin Lu, Dr Matt Stocks, The Conversation, 2 February
Read article
Ill wind is blowing in energy and climate policy debate
Prof Frank Jotzo, Sydney Morning Herald, 2 February
Read article

 
Climate change energy impasse shows how our politics is failing
Prof Warwick McKibbin, Australian Financial Review, 15 December
Read article


 
Submission to the Senate Select Committee into the Resilience of Electricity Infrastructure in a Warming World
Read more

 
New book:  Risks, Rewards and Regulation of Unconventional Gas - A Global Perspective
Edited by Prof Quentin Grafton & Ian Cronshaw
Read more

 
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