A gap in safety guidance for the battery storage sector has been filled with the publication of AS/NZS 5139:2019.
In 2018, the Victorian Energy Upgrades program saved more than 6.4 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, bringing the total of savings to almost 52 million tonnes since the scheme started in 2009.
Building and Energy has invited those in the electrical sector to review and comment on proposed amendments to Electricity (Network Safety) Regulations 2015.
Reckon has reported $39.2m in revenue for the first six months of 2019, seeing a significant increase in cloud adoption following the ATO's Single Touch Payroll reporting requirement.
Paul Stathis, CEO of BICSI South Pacific, discusses the differences between qualifications, credentials and certification for ICT professionals.
In a constantly evolving sector, the energy and electrotechnology domain requires the appropriate foresight, technical knowledge and adaptability to be present within the standards development process.
The development of an Australian Battery Performance Standard was announced 12 months ago. Why was the standard necessary and what's the latest news?
The solar regulation introduced by the Queensland Government has been declared invalid by the Supreme Court of Queensland, following a legal challenge by Maryborough Solar.
The Fluke Calibration 734C DC Reference Standard is the third generation of lab quality voltage reference standards.
Master Electricians Australia said the new solar regulation add red tape and is different to what industry had been told would be implemented.
The director of online business the Pump Factory Pty Ltd has been fined $1.2 million after an unsafe submersible pump imported from China resulted in a woman's death.
New electrical safety regulations set to come into effect on 13 May will require licensed electricians to mount, locate, fix or remove solar panels on solar farms.
Both consumers and contractors are reminded to check electrical contractor licences, after a man has been fined for posing as a qualified electrician in Queensland.
The Queensland Government has set up a Special Joint Taskforce to investigate allegations of white-collar crime in the Queensland building industry.
This is the first time a manufacturer will host the IEC/TC31 conference, held from 25 March to 5 April 2019 in Waldenburg.