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EOI: Australia-India Energy Centre partners

A new India-Australia network focussed on affordable and clean energy is seeking partners. 

The Australia-India Energy Centre is a virtual centre established as a consortium of Australian and Indian universities, research institutions and energy businesses. It will focus on UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7: Affordable and Clean Energy, including: renewable energy systems, energy storage, carbon capture and storage, smart grids, low cost solar, green hydrogen, digital technology for energy systems, energy efficiency, energy economics and clean energy finance.

The aim of the Energy Centre is to promote transdisciplinary research, education, training, capacity building, and knowledge and technology transfer.

Australian providers, researchers and academics from India and Australia are invited to submit expressions of interest in joining the Centre’s working group by 20 July.

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