Energy research for a sustainable future
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 7 concentrates on sustainable energy for all.
Our teaching programs prepare our students and our researchers are focused on technological solutions for renewable energy, energy storage and conservation.
Sustainable Development Goals Explained
Affordable and clean energy
Griffith University has audited all undergraduate teaching programs, identifying key word matches against each SDG. Our top degrees for this SDG are:
- Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Environmental Science
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electronic and Computer Engineering
- Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Information Technology
- Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning
- Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning (Honours)
- Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science
We work with key industry partners to tackle critical issues related to sources of renewable energy, water resource management, energy storage and conservation.
Research Centres and Institutes
Building tech investment networks in China
A temporary alliance to complete a design and manufacturing contest has fostered a deeper partnership between Griffith University scientists and Chinese manufacturers. Griffith researchers in the renewable energy sector have been at the cutting edge of design and application of new power systems. Researchers such as Professor Zhang, Professor Chen, Professor Evan Grey and Professor Junwei Lu have led advances in manufacturing, networking, construction and power generation.
Contributing to energy, water, food security and environmental solutions
Professor Huijun Zhao talks about the research at the Centre for Clean Environment and Energy and the attraction of working in research on the Gold Coast.