$68.5 million of
10 years of funding
Why RACE for 2030
We are an industry led cooperative research centre established in 2020 with $68.5M of Commonwealth funding.
What we do
RACE has five programs comprising 11 research themes. The five research programs are: RACE for Business, RACE for Homes, RACE for Networks, RACE for EVs and RACE for Change.
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26 October 2023 A Curtin University-led national research project to advance decarbonisation in Australia, Pathways to Net Zero Precincts has launched at the All Energy Conference in Melbourne today. The groundbreaking initiative, led by the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute, and delivered through the Cooperative Research Centre, RACE for 2030, is dedicated to decarbonising the […]
Major project addressing energy efficiency in existing Australian homes launches 26 October 2023, Melbourne – A new initiative aimed at unlocking the full potential of energy upgrades in existing housing stock has been officially launched with the kick-off of the Energy Upgrades for Australian Homes (EUAH) project at the All Energy Conference in Melbourne today. […]
The Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) in Australia is presenting the Energy Transition Forum aimed at fostering synergies between Italian and Australian companies in Australia. Organised by the ICCI in Australia, in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Sydney, and with the support of the Italian Embassy in Canberra and Austrade, […]
RACE for 2030 will be speaking at the 2023 All Energy Australia conference. The event will take place in Melbourne on the 25th and 26th of October. The session ‘Innovation for the energy/carbon transformation’ will be chaired by our CEO, Jon Jutsen, while other members of the RACE team, including Bill Lilley and Tracey Colley […]
The NSW Bioeconomy Summit consisting of 4 sessions will take place on Monday, 11 September, starting at 9am in Sydney. Dr Melita Jazbec from UTS will be presenting one of the latest RACE for 2030 funded reports: Mapping organic waste in Sydney to advance anaerobic co-digestion in the third session for the day: “Delivering 40PJ […]
CSIRO Black Mountain, 2-40 Clunies Ross Street, Acton, ACT 2601 csiro.au ABN|41 687 119 230 MEDIA RELEASE Smart buildings project to cut emissions and electricity costs in NSW A new $11 million project led by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, will drive the development of new technology to support flexible demand for energy, empowering […]