The Warren Centre’s expert panel at the first Great Debate on May 24th at the University of Sydney declared that smart systems coordinating renewable energy and storage technologies will solve Australia’s energy supply problems. “Advances in demand management technology are accelerating the death of coal as...

The trend towards greater variable renewable electricity generation is inevitable, and auxiliary services will become increasingly important to making the transition to a secure decentralised future network, says The Warren Centre’s Executive Director Ashley Brinson. In the past, the National Electricity Market (NEM) relied on abundant,...

The Energising Australia innovation panel was held on Wednesday 11 May at Arup's offices in the Sydney CBD. The event, aimed at University of Sydney alumni and the broader Sydney technology innovation community, was jointly organised by The Warren Centre and the University of Sydney's Faculty...

On Thursday 27 November 2014, the University of Sydney's School of Biochemical & Molecular Engineering presents a Foundation Meeting on The Challenge of New Energies in the European Union: Lessons for Australia. Europe’s embrace of Renewable Energy has led to fundamental changes in the European energy...

The Warren Centre's Executive Director Dr Nick Cerneaz, and colleagues from our Off-Grid Power Supply Options (OGP) project delivered a series of presentations to the Sydney Mining Club on 6 March 2013 describing the project. In order of delivery, the presentations can be accessed from these links: Dr...

Nuclear power is too important to ignore in any examination of Australia’s energy options, but attracts immediate questions about the implications. Are nuclear power stations safe? What would we do with the wastes? Where would such power stations be located? How would they be cooled? Are they...

Subscribe to
the Prototype