A suite of measures has been announced to assist those struggling to pay their power bills.
NECA is calling for governments to take unprecedented measures to protect jobs and businesses in Australia.
Without a steady cash flow and streamlined payment processes, it can be difficult to sustain your electrical business's longevity.
Every federal, state and territory government across the country has implemented stimulus measures to limit the economic fallout of the COVID-19 crisis.
A recent electric submeter study found that smart submeters are on the rise, and are expected to push the global market to US$24bn by 2029.
Telecoms operators must radically reconfigure assets to transform their operations, according to the annual telecoms study by Arthur D. Little.
Balancing power supply and demand could be about to become easier for electricity providers, following new research by University of Birmingham academics.
At least 50% of trade-related businesses employ at least one family member, but only one in 10 would consult their spouse on business decisions.
The energy industry is stepping up in the face of the current bushfire disaster, putting a range of measures in place to support affected communities.
Database Consultants Australia (DCA) has been selected to deliver a smart parking solution for Brisbane City Council.
Australia's energy crisis has led to greater demands of the industry, but we're also hearing of more end users taking greater individual responsibility of their power usage for better cost and environmental outcomes. Read more from Michael Sainsbury, Chief Executive Officer of IPD Group Ltd.
For electricians, winning enough repeat business to achieve consistent cash flow can feel like a never-ending task. Here are some tips for securing ongoing jobs.
The Northern Territory Government's $100 million Public Housing Stimulus Program is expected to support up to 550 full-time jobs over the next 18 months.
Craig Dugan predicts the key trends and challenges that will impact the energy industry in 2019 and discusses the theory versus reality of smart cities.
Electricians are in high demand across Australia, with roles increasing by up to 66% over the past year.