A new research program brings together data and research in one central location to help deliver a secure, affordable and sustainable energy future in Australia.
The AEMC has said that it is working with regulators, ombudsmen and industry participants to resolve implementation issues related to smart meters as quickly as possible.
Energy Networks Australia has released the first in a suite of guidelines for network companies to support the connection of solar and battery storage to the grid.
The Battery Stewardship Council has welcomed support of Ministers for fast-tracking a battery stewardship scheme.
Energy management solution provider Zen Ecosystems is set to receive $5 million funding from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) through its Innovation Fund.
The Solar Smart Monitor, from Solar Analytics, facilitates real-time solar power system monitoring for home owners to improve solar panel output.
The Australian Government has launched the country's first National Cities Performance Framework to track the progress and performance of our largest cities.
NZ electricity and gas distribution company Vector has won a contract to provide metering services to EnergyAustralia.
The Hanwha Q CELLS Q.HOME household energy storage solution includes a photovoltaic (PV) module, hybrid inverter and battery with a built-in home energy management system (HEMS), designed with the primary purpose of reducing high energy bills.
Recent electricity outages in South Australia, combined with a renewed focus on environmental damage caused by fossil fuels, has meant the country's energy reliability and generation sources are high on the news agenda.
Landis+Gyr has deployed over 10 million advanced meters and devices on Tokyo Electric Power's (TEPCO) IoT utility network.
The Kamstrup Multical range of smart energy meters is designed to measure water and thermal energy use in large residential and commercial buildings.
Buddy Platform has announced a solution for monitoring the consumption of electricity, gas, water, steam and solar power generation, called Buddy Ohm.
We'd all like to make our homes more energy efficient, but where to start? Sometimes the terminology, different options and the contradictory advice from various sources can lead us to put the idea — ahem — on the back burner! But although we can't all live in a specially designed eco-home, there are many ways that we can make small changes to our daily lifestyle that will in most cases hardly be noticeable but will add up to a reduction in our energy bills as well as ultimately benefitting the environment and all our futures.
CSIRO will partner with start-up Ecocentric under a licensing and research agreement to develop the 'Numen' energy system, which recognises the electrical 'fingerprint' of individual appliances. The aim is to increase energy efficiency in buildings.