CRC CARE brings together industry, government, science and engineering to prevent, assess and clean up environmental contamination

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Renewable energy creation


CRC CARE is actively engaged in energy generation projects. Energy can be derived from a number of sources; including contaminated sites.  Our students are investigation options for energy creation across a number of these areas.

Bujun Wang

Fundamental research on the bio-cleaning and soil utilisation of sewage sludge

Victor Savatia Indasi

Windfield investigations at Lake Turkana wind farm in Kenya

Mian Hu

Study of biomass pretreatment to produce biochar and application

Cuixia Liu

Produce hydrogen and methane from algae via two – stage anaerobic fermentation

Krishnaveni Venkidusamy

Bioelectrochemical systems for bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons

Muhammad Omer Mughal

Wind prediction modelling and validation using LIDAR data

Sonia Shilpi

Wastewater driven biomass production for energy generation

Vaibhav Mohale

Plume studies using doppler LIDAR and dispersion modelling

Ying Chen

Application of nanoparticle modified electrodes in microbial fuel cell for electricity generation