Australian Renewable Energy Agency
Our purpose is to support the global transition to net zero emissions by accelerating the pace of pre-commercial innovation, to the benefit of Australian consumers, businesses and workers.Read more about ARENA
- Seek Funding
We fund projects that can help accelerate renewable energy in Australia.
- Explore Projects
Our projects span from early stage research in the lab, to demonstration projects in the field.
- Gain Knowledge
Our Knowledge Bank provides information and insights into the renewable energy industry.
Renewable energy projects
This project will design, manufacture and operate a thermal energy storage (TES) system.
This project will design and demonstrate a high volume, scalable and predominantly automated solar PV manufacturing, assembly and deployment process.
Viva Energy will develop, build and operate a fuel cell electric vehicle hydrogen refuelling station located in Geelong.
Knowledge and Innovation
Empowering energy experts
Our role is to connect investment, knowledge and people to deliver energy innovation. Since 2012, we have been a major player in building the foundation of the renewable energy ecosystem in Australia.
Our Knowledge Bank is an open-source library of renewable energy reports, studies and tools that provide guidance and learning to benefit future renewable energy projects.Learn more
Our most recent ReWired podcasts.Learn more
Distributed Energy Integration Program (DEIP) is a collaboration of government agencies, market authorities, industry and consumer associations aimed at maximising the value of customers’ distributed energy resources.Learn more
The DEIP Access and Pricing Workstream examined how network regulations could evolve to address emerging challenges and optimise opportunities from distributed energy for the benefit of all energy users.
The Distributed Energy Integration Program is exploring the value that dynamic operating envelopes could offer to the energy transition.
The Electric Vehicle Grid Integration Workstream is considering how a growing number of electric vehicles can best be integrated into Australia’s electricity system.