Research outputs

Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific (ZCEAP) Grand Challenge Papers are original research, arising from collaborative processes across the breadth of the team. As such they exemplify the cross-disciplinary excellence which underpins the ZCEAP Grand Challenge.

GCP01-18 - Ensuring Indigenous benefits from large-scale renewable energy projects. 

Narrative summary: Ensuring Indigenous benefits from large-scale renewable energy projects. (3 pages)

GCP01-19 - Overcoming barriers to solar and wind energy adoption in two Asian giants: India and Indonesia

GCP02-19 - Retrospective and prospective of the hydrogen supply chain: a longitudinal techno-historical analysis.

Narrative summary: Retrospective and prospective of the hydrogen supply chain: a longitudinal techno-historical analysis. (7 pages)

Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific Working Papers

ZCEAP Working Papers are original research completed by members of the ZCEAP Grand Challenge Team. ZCEAP Working Papers may be written by individuals or small groups of team-members from a narrower disciplinary base.

ZCWP01-19 - Public international economic law and private involvement in renewable energy trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific

ZCWP02-19 - Renewable energy projects on the Indigenous estate: identifying risks and opportunities of utility-scale and dispersed models

ZCWP03-19 - Australia's future as a zero-carbon energy exporter: An analysis of the recent reports on Australian hydrogen for export

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