Business and management

Assembling data for AEMO

25 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

AusNet has partnered with Siemens to assist in transitioning to AEMO's 5-Minute Settlement rule change: a key step towards the renewable energy future.


Large donation for future electricians

24 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric has donated products worth over $200K to Australian universities and TAFEs to help support the next generation of electricians.


$50m towards clean energy collaboration

18 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Ampcontrol Pty Ltd

The federal government will invest $50m to produce clean energy innovations through the creation of the Australian Trailblazer Recycling and Clean Energy (ATRaCE) Program.


$15K fine for air-con company

18 May, 2022

Building and Energy is warning WA manufacturers that testing of electrical equipment above a certain voltage must only be carried out by licensed electricians to ensure it is safe to use.


Free energy program for small businesses

11 May, 2022 | Supplied by: CSIRO Head Office

Small to medium-sized businesses looking to help solve the energy challenges of tomorrow are invited to apply for an upcoming tailored program run by CSIRO.


Victoria provides free solar training

10 May, 2022

Electricians and electrical engineers wanting to gain specialist solar industry skills can now do so cost-free, with training fully funded by Solar Victoria.  


Clean energy event coming to Sydney

04 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Energy Next

Energy Next is a free-to-attend industry event focusing on the latest renewable energy and energy management technologies.


Small business fined over $120K

02 May, 2022

A sole director and the company he runs have been fined more than $120,000 for performing unlicensed electrical work in South East Queensland over a number of years.


NSW clean energy plan under fire from union

27 April, 2022

The Electrical Trades Union has called for scrutiny of labour conditions related to the NSW Government's energy transition plan.


Govt consults Lighting Council on product stewardship

26 April, 2022

Lighting Council Australia wants to ensure modelling used by the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment will reflect the dynamic state of the lighting market.


Network operator sentenced for second time

26 April, 2022

Western Power has been fined $45K for not providing adequate testing instructions — the second time the network operator has faced court this month.


Accelerating the rollout of smart meters

26 April, 2022

Work will resume on the AEMC's review of the regulatory framework for metering services.


Speakers announced for May built environment event

26 April, 2022 | Supplied by: Diversified Communications Australia

The full speaker program has been announced for a suite of built environment events coming up in May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.


ABB and Samsung to collaborate on IoT

20 April, 2022 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

ABB and Samsung Electronics will form a global partnership to provide holistic smart building technology.


$30K fine following electric shock

13 April, 2022

Western Power has been fined $30,000 following an error by one of its contractors.


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