2022 Cluster Highlights

Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program (BSGIP)

Research highlights

The Realising Electric Vehicle-to-grid Services (REVS) project officially ended in 2022. A number of knowledge sharing reports were published this year including:


First electric vehicle chargers now on campus. Installed for research purposes as part of the DERlab, the School of Engineering generously offered this resource free-of-charge to the ANU community.

Photo: Vice-Chancellor Prof Brian Schmidt and members of BSGIP: Lachlan Blackahll, Mejbaul Haque, Heather Logie, Bjorn Sturmberg, Mehdi Nikpendar and Peter Shevchenko. Credit: Jamie Kidston.

Public policy initiatives


  • Australia needs to get motoring on clean transport strategy, ANU media release, 11 May. Co-author of the Framework for an Australian Clean Transport Strategy (FACTS) Dr Bjorn Sturmberg says the lack of clear direction is slowing our adoption of clean technologies, such as electric cars and buses.
  • Electric vehicles pass the remote road test, ANU media release, 8 July. Electric vehicles can handle the distances required to travel to essential services in remote and regional Australia, a new study from The Australian National University (ANU) has shown.
  • Who will drive vehicle-to-grid?, Utility magazine, 2 August. Opinion piece written by Bjorn Sturmberg, Kathryn Lucas-Healey and Laura Jones.