- Renewable energy
- Energy systems
- Climate change
- Carbon emissions
- Global carbon life cycle science
- stratospheric ozone depletion
Dr Roger Dargaville is a senior lecturer and researcher in renewable energy in the Monash University Civil Engineering department. He is an expert in energy systems and climate change. He has conducted research in global carbon cycle science, simulating the emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel and exchanges between the atmosphere, land and oceans as well as stratospheric ozone depletion.
Roger leads a research group of PhD students working on a diverse range of energy related topics including disruptive business models in the energy space, life cycle analysis and energy return on investment, optimised transmission systems and small scale bioenergy projects.
Roger Dargaville's Articles
Episode 14: The business of energy
What will happen to our economies as we make the transition to sustainable solutions? Who holds the power? A Different Lens takes an in-depth look.