UQ has a growing portfolio of photovoltaic assets installed at more than 30 sites across its campuses and facilities.

These assets range from large-scale solar farms to micro-grids on remote coral reefs.

As well as reducing the university's carbon emissions, UQ's solar infrastructure helps to create change by providing the technological background necessary for advancements in photovoltaic research.

It's an international effort. UQ engineers provide engineers from around the world with access to large data sets (live and historic) from across the PV network.

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Solar PV sites

UQ has installed a range of solar PV technologies across all major campus and research facility locations.