- Source: GOLDWIND
Sydney, Australia – 16 July 2019 – Goldwind and UNSW Sydney today celebrated the award of Goldwind’s research funding for the UNSW Digital Grid Futures Institute, and the opening of the Goldwind – UNSW Joint Laboratory at University’s Sydney campus.
Goldwind and UNSW’s collaborative partnership commenced in 2017. Throughout the partnership, Goldwind has committed approximately $1.4 million in funding, supporting a variety of research initiatives and knowledge exchange opportunities.
"Goldwind has been committed to expanding the application of renewable energy, contributing to environmental protection, ecological friendliness and harmony between human and nature." said Yu Liping, Deputy General Manager for Goldwind Research and Development Center.
Signing Ceremony (Left: Yu Liping, Deputy General Manager for Goldwind Research and Development Center. Right: Professor Brian Boyle, UNSW Deputy-Vice-Chancellor Enterprise)
“We’re pleased to continue to support UNSW’s focus in using cross-disciplinary research to find solutions to major scientific and social challenges confronting society.” said John Titchen, Managing Director for Goldwind Australia, “Goldwind look forward to the growth of collaborative research and development that will benefit both Australia and China in an area that is critical to environmentally sustainable future energy sources.”
Professor Brian Boyle, UNSW Deputy-Vice-Chancellor Enterprise said UNSW is extremely pleased to continue partnering with Goldwind. “We would like to thank Goldwind for its continued support across several different research initiatives for the University.”
“Our Digital Grid Futures Institute will play a critical role in future-proofing global energy systems to ensure reliable, secure, affordable, sustainable energy. The Institute will bring together researchers from different disciplines at UNSW, and from multiple perspectives, tackle the complicated issues related to our digital grid future.” said Professor Joe Dong, Institute Director.
Goldwind is on track to power one million Australian homes by 2020 using sustainable, clean energy provided by Goldwind’s advanced wind turbine technology.