Slide background Australian solar thermal research initiative
Uniting Australia and USA to fast track solar thermal technologies
Slide background Australian solar thermal research initiative
Supported by the Australian Government through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency

The Australian solar thermal research initiative (ASTRI) is an $87 million, eight year international collaboration with leading research institutions, industry bodies and universities that will position Australia in concentrating solar thermal (CST) power technologies.
ASTRI Brochure 2016

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Proceedings from the Australian Concentrating Solar Thermal Symposium and Workshop

Some of the Proceedings are at http://www.astri.org.au/publications/ see ASTRI EVENTS Day 1 – Monday, 2nd May 2016 – A Stable Solar Future Transforming Australia’s Energy Networks and...

Print your own 3D solar field

ASTRI today provided a glimpse into Australia’s solar future with the release of a 3D printable model of its 25 MW* concentrating solar thermal (CST) reference power plant. You can print your own...

Join us at the Australian Concentrating Solar Thermal Symposium and Workshop – 2016

Local and international leaders in Concentrating Solar Thermal (CST) technologies gather in Melbourne 2 – 3 May 2016 for the inaugural Australian Concentrating Solar Thermal Symposium and...

New CST Positions at ANU

ANU presently has four research-intensive positions available in their Solar Thermal Group. The positions focus on different aspects including development of low-cost heliostats and...