Efficiency and renewables

Schneider Electric TeSys D Green energy-efficient contactors

20 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The Schneider Electric TeSys D Green energy-efficient contactors for control and switching applications are designed to help process and manufacturing plants reduce their energy bills and meet sustainability goals.


Call for applications for the 2018 Women in Renewables Scholarship

18 September, 2017 by

The Clean Energy Council is calling for applications from talented women in the renewable energy industry for the 2018 Women in Renewables Scholarship. The deadline for applications is 15 October.


LUMAWISE drive LED Holder Type Z50

18 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: TE Connectivity

The TE Connectivity LUMAWISE drive LED Holder Type Z50, used in track and spot lighting, integrates the DC/DC driver and the holder into a single package.


Storm stirs renewable energy investment in South Australia

15 September, 2017 by Stephanie Richards

A year on from a storm that blacked out the entire state, South Australia has emerged from the electricity crisis to strengthen its position as a global leader in renewable energy.


WIRSOL to begin construction of 110 MW solar project in Vic

14 September, 2017 by

WIRSOL Energy, part of German renewable energy group WIRCON, has acquired additional 110 MW solar project for construction in Victoria. 


Lighting in the workplace

08 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: Zumtobel Lighting Pty Ltd

Artificial light controls the natural interaction of humans and nature dynamically over space and time.


Energy Queensland and GreenSync to create virtual power plant

08 September, 2017 by

Energy Queensland's Energy Services division and GreenSync are partnering to create a virtual power plant.


Bipartisan national energy policy increasingly urgent — CEC

07 September, 2017 by

New investment in Australia's electricity system can keep costs down and improve reliability, but bipartisan national energy policy is increasingly urgent, according to the Clean Energy Council (CEC). 


Lessons from the world's smartest grid

06 September, 2017 by Adrian Clark, CEO of Landis+Gyr Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia | Supplied by: Landis+Gyr (Aust) Pty Ltd

Well known as early adopters of technology, Japan has been no different when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT). Tokyo, Japan's capital city, recently modernised its traditional electric power grid, the fourth biggest in the world, with more than 10 million advanced meters and devices.


From coal age to stor-age

05 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: Eaton Industries Pty Ltd

Gordon Makryllos, Managing Director ANZ at Eaton, reflects on the shift to renewables — and the potential for the future of energy storage and microgrids in Australia.


Moving into unchartered territory

04 September, 2017 by Malcolm Richards, CEO | Supplied by: Master Electricians Australia

From Snowy Hydro 2.0 to the Queensland government's move to bring Stanwell's E gas-fired power station out of hibernation and the closure of Hazelwood coal-fired plant in Victoria, the nation is at odds about how to responsibly cater to the ever-growing energy needs of our own population, as well as the world's.


Brightgreen D900+ downlight

04 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: Brightgreen Pty Ltd

The D900+ LED downlight from Brightgreen can be paired with a range of different fascias and filters, allowing users to tailor the fitting to suit the space.


Phoenix Contact PV sets

01 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: Phoenix Contact Pty Ltd

The Phoenix Contact PV sets combine two MPP (maximum power point) trackers for surge protection.


CBI MCB hydraulic magnetic battery storage range

01 September, 2017 by | Supplied by: CBI Electric Australia Pty Ltd

CBI's MCB hydraulic magnetic battery storage range is designed to keep batteries in an installation safe, as well as enable safe disconnection.


Small-scale renewable energy installation capacity hits 6000 MW

01 September, 2017 by

The small-scale renewable energy installation capacity in Australia has reached 6000 MW with around 2.8 million installations, according to the Clean Energy Regulator.


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