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Centre for Clean Energy Technology
The Centre focuses on the development of efficient devices for energy harvesting, storage, and conversion.
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Professor Kening Sun (left) and Professor Guoxiu Wang, picture by Alex McAlpin

Sustainable energy collaboration

Leading researchers in sustainable energy technologies in China and Australia are joining forces to accelerate the development of solutions that can be commercialised in both countries.
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Katja Kretschmer

Packing heat

PhD student Katja Kretschmer’s research aims to create advanced lithium ion batteries that can assist in utilising wind and solar energy more efficiently.
Leading researchers in sustainable energy technologies in China and Australia are joining forces to accelerate the development of solutions that can be commercialised in both countries.
Xiuqiang Xie, a PhD candidate from the Centre for Clean Energy Technology, has won a 2015 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad.
Following the commercial success of lithium-ion battery applications, the sodium ion batteries to attract people's interest in research.
Because sodium rich resources, distribution, and low cost advantages, sodium-ion batteries are considered to be large-scale electrochemical energy storage it can be widely used in rechargeable batteries system.