Make a Difference
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Make a Difference

As a power engineer, you can make your mark on the world and contribute to its wellbeing – now and into the future.

Power engineers are trained to develop systems and processes that are safe and accessible, and don’t cost the earth in terms of dollars and impact on the environment.

The industry is leading the way in the development of renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency initiatives and systems to reduce greenhouse impact.  These include geothermal power, enhanced solar, tidal and wind energy systems, carbon sequestration and geo sequestration.

By becoming a power engineer, you can champion change and help the electricity industry control greenhouse gases and develop sustainable energy solutions to help us maintain our lifestyles now and into the future.

Article in the Economist calls for more "Green Engineers" to tackle climate change - Oliver Morton, environment editor of the Economist says: "It's all very well to recycle, pester your parents about fuel efficiency and aspire to holidays that need no flights. But the best thing a bright young person can do to help rid civilisation of fossil fuels is to get an education in engineering.Click on the link to see the complete article

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ecome a power engineer by stydying at one of Australia's leading universities and make a difference.

As a power engineer, you can make your mark on the world and contribute to its wellbeing – now and into the future.

Power engineers are trained to develop systems and processes that are safe and accessible, and don’t cost the earth in terms of dollars and impact on the environment.

The industry is leading the way in the development of renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency initiatives and systems to reduce greenhouse impact.  These include geothermal power, enhanced solar, tidal and wind energy systems, carbon sequestration and geo sequestration.

By becoming a power engineer, you can champion change and help the electricity industry control greenhouse gases and develop sustainable energy solutions to help us maintain our lifestyles now and into the future.

Article in the Economist calls for more "Green Engineers" to tackle climate change - Oliver Morton, environment editor of the Economist says: "It's all very well to recycle, pester your parents about fuel efficiency and aspire to holidays that need no flights. But the best thing a bright young person can do to help rid civilisation of fossil fuels is to get an education in engineering.Click on the link to see the complete article

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ecome a power engineer by stydying at one of Australia's leading universities and make a difference.

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