A national plan for energy could save Australian energy customers $100 billion and improve energy security according to the final report of the Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap, released by Energy Networks Australia and CSIRO.
The federal government has announced that the 457 Visa will be abolished and replaced with the completely new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa.
The electrical industry body Master Electricians Australia (MEA) is urging the Queensland Government to stand firm on the Project bank accounts initiative.
A recent case has found that employees on long-term absences from work due to injury or illness have a duty to communicate with their employers.
The Australian PCI dropped by 1.9 points to 51.2 in March, indicating a slower rate of industry growth following February's solid recovery.
ABB has acquired B&R, a company focused on product- and software-based open-architecture solutions for machine and factory automation worldwide.
The government has secured a cut to the company tax for small and medium Australian businesses. Companies with a turnover of less than $10 million will receive a 2.5% reduction in their tax rate this financial year
Australian energy technology company Redback Technologies has received around $1.96 million from the Queensland Government.
Nigel Hugh Peck, the founder of NHP, has died at age 89.
The CEFC is investing $80 million in the Bodangora wind farm project in the Central West, New South Wales.
Schneider Electric has successfully defended its iconic brand, Clipsal, from intellectual property infringement by Clipso Electrical.
Master Electricians Australia (MEA) has questioned the capacity of ACTU boss Sally McManus, following her appearance on the ABC's 7.30 current affairs program last week.
Years ago, manufacturers made AV equipment and others made information technology equipment and crossovers between the two categories were rare. Fast forward and the line between audiovisual devices and computers is extremely blurred, with AV integrating Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet and other technologies.
The annual Vivid Sydney festival is back on this year, bigger and better than ever. Billed as "the world's largest festival of light, music and ideas", the event runs for 23 days (26 May to 17 June 2017) and will transform the harbour city with its colourful creative canvas. Last year's Vivid Sydney attracted a record 2.31 million attendees, and hopes are for more this year.