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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.


Knowledge Bank

a-lab logoWe share knowledge, insights and data from our funded projects to help the renewable energy industry and other projects learn from each other’s experiences.

Visit the Knowledge Bank for resources and to subscribe to ARENA Insights for the latest Knowledge Sharing insights each month.


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.

It brings together a diverse network of people with the expertise and passion to drive systemic change in the electricity sector.


Distributed Energy Integration Program (DEIP)

a-lab logoWe work with other leading energy sector bodies and governments to ensure that support for renewable energy innovation is collaborative, efficient and effective.

DEIP is a collaboration of energy peak bodies, market authorities, industry associations and consumer associations aimed at maximising the value of customers’ distributed energy resources for all energy users.

A key element of DEIP is to facilitate demonstrations and research that will enable evidence-based learning to better integrate distributed energy resources into Australia’s energy market frameworks and operational processes.

 

Last updated 11 September 2019

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