Dr Fiona Beck of the School of Engineering teamed with ANU colleagues to study emissions from fossil fuel-based hydrogen production.
Australia's plans to produce hydrogen using fossil fuels carries significant risks and could create an industry that leads to an increase in greenhouse gas emission
The Australian Research Council (ARC) recently announced a $654,642 grant to empower a team of researchers at ANU to continue development of high-density hydrogen storage.
Designs for a “robot archeologist” and the “solar roller” — a power station on wheels — are two of many promising innovations emerging from the ANU Engineering Capstone initiative in 2021.
Dual sided solar cells capture reflected and direct sunlight simultaneously.
Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have produced a more efficient type of solar cell, using laser processing and setting a new world record in t
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to announce a new million-dollar laboratory to further research on Australia’s low carbon energy system.
Researchers from the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science have broken new ground in solar cell energy efficiency and in the process provided a glimpse of the technology's future.
The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Researchers have completed a global audit of 530,000 potential locations for pumped-hydro energy storage that can be used to support low-cost, secure, renewable electricity grids.
Professor Ian Petersen, Director of the Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering, visited the City University (CityU)
Two researchers, Juan Felipe Torres and Charles-Alexis Asselineau, have been awarded grants through the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science’s