CSIRO is Australia's national science agency, undertaking research in support of Australian industry and the wider community. CSIRO’s purpose is to solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. This is done through our impact science lines of business: Agriculture and Food, Health and Biosecurity, Data61, Energy, Land and Water, Manufacturing, Mineral Resources, and Oceans and Atmosphere, as well as through our National Facilities and Collections lines of business where we manage infrastructure and biological collections for the benefit of research and industry. CSIRO maintains more than 50 sites across Australia and in France, Chile and the United States, employing about 5500 people. We collaborate with research institutes from around the world, and we partner with industry to solve problems and commercialize new technologies.

CSIRO's Energy research is supporting a transition to a net zero emissions energy future. We do this by focusing on new and emerging renewable energy technologies, including hydrogen energy systems, while supporting the use of gas as a key transition fuel. We develop technologies to help our electricity grid evolve to support these low emissions technologies, and we explore the environmental and economic implications of the energy transition.


IERE is an organization for exchanging electricity and energy related cutting-edge technologies and R&D information among its members from the electricity and energy supply industry, equipment provider businesses, academic research, government, etc. This unique platform is of great help for executives, senior managers, engineers, and researchers who are responsible for R&D and solutions. It is a worldwide, non-profit organization, established as ‚International Electric Research Exchange” in 1968.

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