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Eight stunning locations. A world first VR experience. And a twist no one saw coming. #360reason

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The interesting stuff
During your visit, you will get to meet our clever scientists and hear first-hand about our energy research.

Solar research fields
We research both solar photovoltaics (PV), like the solar panels you see on rooftops, and solar thermal technology, a sea of hundreds of heliostat mirrors that concentrate extreme heat from the sun onto a 30 metre tower to store as energy.

Predicting energy use of the future
Alternative energy sources like the sun and air are impacting energy costs and way you use energy. To make sure we all have reliable power, we’ll show you our world-class facilities that demonstrate how different energy sources can work together and what impact this can have in your everyday home.

Please arrive at reception and your host, Mike Collins (Tues), Thomas Brinsmead (Wed AM), Andrew Allport (Wed PM) and Kenrick Anderson (Thur), will meet you.

Site requirements
Our priority is to keep you safe while you are visiting our site. You will be getting up close and personal with our operating equipment so please follow our health and safety instructions and listen to the safety briefing. As there will be a large number of you, you will be split into two groups so you get the best out of your visit.
You must wear closed in shoes, long trousers and a long-sleeved top.
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CSIRO Energy Tour

August 16, 2017, 1:50pm - August 16, 2017, 3:00pm

The interesting stuff During your visit, you will get to meet our clever scientists and hear first-hand about our energy research. Solar research fields We research both solar photovoltaics (PV), lik...

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