Fundamental university science is driving the discovery process for rare earth elements

Critical minerals are essential for tech we use today and for the green economy. Accessing these elements is thanks to innovation in Earth science research.

University science supports the critical transition to net zero

Decarbonisation relies on the deep science capability present across our universities and the ability to train the next generation, writes Professor Caroline McMillen AO, Chief Scientist for South Australia.

Deakin University research breakthrough paves new way in next-generation batteries

A new type of solid-state polymer electrolyte shows its potential.

Energy Innovation Series: Making sense of the complex beast that is Australia’s electricity network

Breaking down a few of the terms and ideas underpinning the energy crisis to help you make sense of it.

Energy Innovation Series: Trends and data-driven solutions

Grace Young, Chief of Innovation at Wattwatchers explores technology trends and data-driven solutions that are propelling energy management.

Energy Innovation Series: Energy tips from the Australia’s top energy experts

Top tips for surviving, and then thriving, in the energy crisis, from Australia’s leading energy experts.

Energy Innovation Series: How to manage energy demand thresholds

A Q&A with Director of Engineering at RedBack Technologies, Adrian Knack: how to address challenges and increasing pressure on power networks?

Australia charges ahead with new Lithium Technology

Scientists at ANSTO together with Lithium Australia Limited (LIT) have developed a world-first technology to extract more lithium from lithium mining waste.

Energy Innovation Series: My Town Microgrid

MyTown Microgrid. How Heyfield, Victoria could dictate the path for all edge of grid towns in Australia as more communities are looking to make energy work better for them.

Polymer batteries a step closer

An international research team has moved closer to developing a more sustainable, rechargeable ‘organic’ battery model by doubling its energy storage capability.

Research captures dynamic atomic interactions in a promising sodium ion battery material

Could sodium batteries be as good as lithium? Research undertaken by UNSW and ANSTO is providing insights into a promising material for sodium-ion batteries.

New tracking and metrics platform to unlock $2 trillion economic opportunity

Data-rich platform to help transition to a zero waste, circular economy.

Globally renowned Professor Shizhang Qiao crowned SA Scientist of the Year

Professor Shizhang Qiao awarded for his transformative work in materials science for energy conversion and storage technologies.

Can spare EV battery capacity support the grid?

Australia launches international trial to see if electric vehicle spare battery capacity can support the grid.

Australian hydrogen company recognised as world leader

Australian company Countrywide Renewable Hydrogen Limited (CRH) has been awarded “World’s Best Hydrogen Brand” at a global conference in Iceland.