Global carbon life cycle science
Stratospheric ozone depletion
Roger is a senior lecturer and researcher in renewable energy at Monash's Department of Civil Engineering. He's an expert in energy systems and climate change. He's 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 24: Renewables - Power To The People
In this episode of the What Happens Next? podcast we’re talking practical steps for embracing renewable energy in our own lives.
Episode 23: Renewables - Getting the green light
We're discussing how we can solve some of the challenges of getting renewable energy from solar, wind farms and hydro back into the grid.
Hidden household energy poverty
Many more households face financial hardship and discomfort at home this winter, as we physically self-isolate from work, family and friends due to COVID-19.
Nuclear power versus renewables
Is nuclear energy the right technology for the transitioning Australian energy market?