Australia’s energy trilemma explained
A University of Melbourne expert explains Australia's energy trilemma: how to deliver energy that is affordable, environmentally sustainable and reliable.
The exciting future of light energy
The University of Melbourne is leading the Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science - which could potentially change how we meet the world's future energy needs
Is the Australian gas shortfall a myth?
Australia has been warned of blackouts as gas supplies run out, but University of Melbourne research questions whether the gas shortfall is as big as we think.
You snooze you lose in Victoria’s electricity market
A deregulated, competitive electricity market is great for consumers prepared to work to get the best deals, but hurts those who can least afford it
Growing greener cities
Planting gardens on office buildings will reduce inner-city temperatures and create energy savings – and improve workers’ moods.
Making any surface solar
Printable and flexible solar cells, which can turn almost any surface into a solar array, could provide a cheap and almost limitless energy supply.
Coal seam gas debate is more than hot air
AGL announces it will quit exploring coal seam gas in Gloucester, New South Wales. What's really behind their decision?
Can hackers turn off the lights?
We all know cyber-criminals can steal our personal information, but what happens when hackers attack our power companies and other critical infrastructure?
Printing the next generation of solar cells
Flexible solar cells printed on A3-sized sheets that could provide cheap, almost limitless, energy are a reality after scientists and industry came together.
Smart customers save
Want to save on your energy bills? University of Melbourne researchers found that you can save up to $50 on bills just by being informed about your energy use.