UQ's St Lucia Campus has one of the largest integrated PV installation in Australia - 2.14 MW.

The original 1.2 MW PV system has been expanded with the addition of new generation capacity on the rooftops of new and existing buildings.

St Lucia also features a novel at grade Solar Concentrating Array alongside Sir Fred Schonell Drive.

The St Lucia Campus sits beside a large bend in the Brisbane River, about 5 km south-west of the the Brisbane CBD (view St Lucia Campus Map).

A wide range of teaching, research, recreational and cultural activities is conducted at St Lucia. On a busy day, more than 40,000 students visit the campus.

More information is available at the UQ St Lucia website.

In the future, the university is planning to install additional PV arrays on available roof space at the St Lucia Campus.

UQ Centre: The premier auditorium and lecture space for events and graduations at the St Lucia Campus Read More

Multi Level Carpark 1: Provides four levels of under cover car parking and can accommodate about 580 vehicles. Read More

Multi Level Carpark 2: Provides four levels of under cover car parking and can accommodate about 580 vehicles. Read More

Sir Llew Edwards Building (SLEB): Named for a recently retired University of Queensland Chancellor and long time senate member. Read More

Concentrating Photovoltaic Array: This automatic tracking array uses parabollic mirrors to concentrate direct sunlight onto individual solar cells. Read More

Prentice Building: The Prentice Building has 13.4 kWp of PV modules installed to test the effectiveness of a special anti-reflective surface coating. Read More

Global Change Institute (GCI) Building: Equipped with a 138kW PV system, the GCI is UQ's first net zero energy, water and carbon impact building. Read More

Advanced Engineering Building(AEB) Modern energy efficiency features and a 5-star green rating make the AEB a living laboratory of sustainable building design.  Read More

Learning Innovation Building (LIB) This building is UQ's nerve centre for technology-assisted learning and education innovation. Read More

Queensland Bioscience Precinct (QBP)  The QBP's state of the art infrastructure now includes a 34.66kW PV array. Read More

Pedestrian Link Bridge  This new piece of infrastructure boasts a 15.25kW rooftop system . Read More

General Purpose North 3 BuildingThe GP North 3 Building has gone green with a new 66.5 kWp PV system. Read More

Warehouse Building (No. 99)  The Warehouse Building (No. 99)is contributing to the sustainability of the St Lucia Campus by hosting a 164 kWp PV system. Read More

GP South Building  (No. 78)  Thanks to its 72.6kWp solar PV system, the  GP South Building (No. 78) is now significantly less reliant on grid energy. Read More

Colin Clark Building (No. 39)  The Colin Clark Building (No. 39) has increased its sustainability credentials by another notch by hosting a 51.5 kWp PV system. Read More

Joyce Ackroyd Building (No. 37)  With the addition of a 54.3kWp PV system, all suitable building roofs within the Commerce precinct host now a photovoltaic array. Read More

Axon Building (No. 47) The Axon Building is moving up the sustainability ladder with the addition of a 34.32kWp PV system. Read More

Duhig North Building (No. 12) The Duhig North Building is the first library building on campus to feature a PV system. Read More