Smart Cities Week Australia brings together speakers, attendees and delegates from over 20 countries to share knowledge, learn and network with peers.
After a challenging past five years, the electrical services industry is expected to experience market growth in the coming years, according to a report from IBISWorld.
All-Energy Australia 2018 attracted over 8500 visitors, 200+ speakers and the largest exhibition to date, expanding by 40% to accommodate more than 250 exhibitors.
MEA is urging all political parties in the upcoming Victorian election to lift electrical safety standards and introduce mandatory safety switches on all circuits on all properties.
994 business attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers attended the successful launch of IoT Impact, Australia's largest IoT conference and exhibition.
A report found Victoria leads in large-scale renewable energy construction jobs, and the Victorian Government rebate will see an increase in rooftop solar installation jobs.
ABB's REACT 2 residential storage solution, compact skid and Terra HPC electric vehicle charger are on display at All Energy Australia.
The simPRO Learning | Toolbox is designed to provide the trade services industry with knowledge about the technology they use for coordinating business operations.
The companies have teamed up to implement a trial for an enhanced solar monitoring and home energy management service for homes and businesses.
Australia's most comprehensive clean and renewable energy event, All-Energy Australia, returns to Melbourne next week.
The negotiations between NECA and MEA exploring better ways to represent the electrotechnology industry as a single entity have now ceased.
Canberra-based Reposit Power has received the Sir William Hudson Award from Engineers Australia.