Meet our researcher: Dr John Ward
We meet Dr John Ward. He oversees how clean energy systems can continue to be integrated into existing power generation in the grid.
Top 2020 science moments you may have missed
Our scientists are delivering practical solutions to real challenges. So we're bringing the 2020 science moments you may have missed.
Our top tips on renovating or retrofitting for energy-efficiency
Thinking about renovating or retrofitting? Here's the things to consider to keep your home energy-efficient.
Solar forecasting helping to predict the future
Clouds all have one thing in common: they affect the amount of energy solar panels produce. So, what is solar forecasting and why is it so important?
COVID-19 sparks a clean energy experiment
Have you been shocked by higher energy bills since the COVID-19 lockdown began? We've all been part of an unplanned energy experiment.
How does smoke, dust and hail affect solar panel performance?
Australia has been battered by dust storms, hailstorms and bushfires this summer. What does extreme weather mean for solar panel performance on your roof?
Our big breakthroughs in 2019
2019 was a big year for us. Before you head off for the end of year break, let’s reflect on the exciting science we brought to you this year.
Have yourself a sustainable little Christmas
Give our planet a gift. Make your festive season more environmentally-friendly this year. We've got some tips to help you have a sustainable Christmas.
Not too hot, not too cold. What’s ‘just right’ for your solar panels?
You might think that your solar panels work best in summer, when there’s more sunshine. But how hot is too hot for the most effective generation of solar energy?
Sun and dusted! Highlights from the World Solar Challenge
Is this the world's most epic road trip? It's certainly the greenest! The sun may have set on this year's World Solar Challenge, but our solar science is on the rise.
Electricity democracy: the power is yours
If you’re looking to decarbonise, you’ve chosen a great time. Whether it’s solar panels, an EV, or a power-sharing scheme, we currently have more electricity choices than ever before.