ANU & AIE Canberra - Energy Conversations: Zero-carbon energy for the Asia-Pacific
Venue: Renewables Innovation Hub
Date: Mon 03 Dec 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AEDT
In 2018 a team led by the ANU Energy Change Institute won the Australian National University's Grand Challenge Scheme receiving $10 million in funding over five years for its project: Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific.
You are invited to learn more about what this project means, not only for our Asian-Pacific neighbours, but for Australia and the ACT.
5.35pm Keynote speaker: Dr Emma Aisbett, Transdisciplinary-Research & Collaboration Leader, Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia Grand Challenge, ANU
6.00pm Panel members: Shane Rattenbury, ACT Government; Penelope Howarth (TBC), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Paul Burke, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU and Andrew Dickson (TBC), CWP Renewables.
7.00pm Drinks and networking
This event is part of 'Energy Conversations', a series of ongoing public events, run by the ANU Energy Change Institute and the Canberra branch of the Australian Institute of Energy (AIE).
Where: Renewables Innovation Hub, 23 Moore Street, Ground Floor, Turner, ACT 2612