The range can be installed as a standalone solution or integrated into any IT infrastructure, to help users achieve a high standard of energy efficiency.
UV-C ceiling lights that have the capacity to disinfect surfaces were successfully trialled last week.
A consumer-facing energy data hub is under development by Wattwatchers, aiming to provide better visibility for energy use in the home.
The City of Greater Dandenong turned to Blue IoT's smart building management platform to replace its ageing HVAC system, resulting in a significant reduction in HVAC energy.
Energy Networks Australia has rejected claims by the AEMC that distribution networks have been slow to support increases in renewable energy.
NEXTDC's S1 Sydney data centre has received a five-star NABERS rating for energy efficiency.
The AEMC has drafted a proposal to open up the wholesale electricity market via a demand-management system, to optimise energy supply and demand.
EpiSensor's ZEM-61 Wireless 3-Phase Electricity Monitor can monitor energy consumption patterns in equipment and buildings remotely via EpiSensor's NGR-30-3 Gateway.
Grid4C will embed its predictive analytics software solutions in Landis+Gyr's smart meters to deliver predictive insights at the grid edge with real-time decisions.
Ageing infrastructure, environmental concerns, advancements in technology and changing consumer preferences are driving grid modernisation as utilities work to meet changing and growing demands.
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.