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Shaping Australia’s energy environment

We work at the cutting edge of energy innovation, learning fast about what does and doesn’t work to help shape an energy market that is fit for purpose. A market in which renewable energy is available when and where it is needed.

Renewable energy programs and resources

On this page you will find more information about our innovation programs and resources.

Knowledge Bank

Knowledge bank iconWe share knowledge, insights and data from our funded projects to help the renewable energy industry and other projects learn from experience.

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A-Lab

A-Lab logoA-Lab is our innovation lab that looks to create cross-sector partnerships and world-first projects to transition Australia to renewable energy.

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Bioenergy Roadmap

Bioenergy and energy from waste iconWe are developing a roadmap to identify the role of the bioenergy sector in Australia’s energy transition and reducing emissions.

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State of DER Technical Integration

Distributed energy resources iconWe are developing a framework and maturity assessment to help industry stakeholders understand distributed energy resource (DER) projects.

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Distributed Energy Integration Program (DEIP)

Distributed energy resources iconDEIP facilitates demonstrations and research to enable evidence-based learning and integrate distributed energy resources.

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Last updated 21 May 2020

ARENAWIRE Blogs

Renewables achieve 21% of Australia’s electricity generation in 2019

Newly released data shows renewables supplied record amounts of Australia’s electricity in 2019.

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Global interest in Australia’s hydrogen potential

A new study will assess a plan to produce ammonia from renewable hydrogen in Western Australia.

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Aussie-designed Raine electric scooter ready to electrify the daily commute

Ready to repower your commute with renewable energy, but can’t afford an EV?

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