Decarbonising Australia’s energy sector

NERA’s collaborative programs, projects and initiatives assist Australia to tackle emissions from existing energy assets, provide solutions in hard-to-abate sectors, and support the rapid scaling up of low-emissions technologies.

 

 

Centre of Decommissioning Australia (CODA)

An independent not-for-profit centre for decommissioning in Australia established by NERA with support from industry. CODA is helping to build an innovative, collaborative and technology-led approach to harness the nation's decommissioning challenge as an economic, environmental and social opportunity.

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Landmark study into Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)

Partnership with CO2CRC to identify potential opportunities for CO2-EOR and associated CO2 storage capacity in key Australian onshore basins, aiming to assist in reducing CO2 emissions while securing Australia's energy future.

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International collaboration on net-zero study

Closing the Gap: A Global Perspective is a collaborative study between 13 international research and technology partners to identify technology gaps and innovation priorities to accelerate an integrated net-zero energy future.

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Showcasing innovative technology

Online energy technology catalogue connecting technology suppliers with global end-users to rapidly deploy technologies.

Explore Australian technologies today.

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Subsea Innovation Cluster Australia (SICA)

Australia’s first subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) cluster, establishing the nation as the Asia Pacific leader for technology and expertise for subsea IMR.

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Collaboration to support a low-emissions future

CO2CRC is Australia’s leading carbon capture, utilisation and storage research organisation. NERA has formed a strategic partnership with CO2CRC, which includes a landmark CCUS study.

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