Centre for Renewable Energy
Energy plays a central role in developing more sustainable livelihoods and economies in northern and central Australia and neighbouring countries. Energy sustainability will become an issue in this endeavour unless it is properly addressed.
The Centre for Renewable Energy (CRE) was established through a partnership between Charles Darwin University and the Northern Territory Government.
CRE is working to promote the Territory’s renewable-energy sector and to provide leadership on the deployment of renewable energy and low emissions and energy-efficient technologies.
Professor Andrew Campbell
- PhD Confirmation of Candidature Seminar
- Low Income Energy Efficiency Project (LIEEP) Forum
- Science Meets Parliament 2014
- Seminar Series: East Arnhem Land Energy and Water Efficiency Project
- Hydro-electric power is now being generated in the Northern Territory
- Seminar Series: Dr Francis Clark on Renewable Energy to 2020 and Beyond in the Darwin Grid.
- Solar technology under spotlight
- Workshop - Scoping Australia - Asia Grid Connection To Grow Regional Renewable Energy And Energy Security, 29-30 July, CDU, Darwin
Keep up-to-date with CDU research on The Conversation
- State of the states: how local politics in the Northern Territory could muddy the federal vote
- Staying safe in crocodile country: culling isn't the answer
- Great Barrier Reef bleaching is just one symptom of ecosystem collapse across Australia
- EcoCheck: Australia’s Alps are cool, but the heat is on