Researchers will test an energy management strategy that maximises efficiency in balancing solar input, battery storage potential and energy output at the 2019 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.
Chargefox has opened its third ultra-rapid charging station in Toombul Shopping Centre, which features Veefil-PK 350 kW and Veefil-RT 50 kW DC fast chargers from Tritium.
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.
Australian integrated energy company Origin Energy has invested in technology provider Intertrust in order to capitalise on the industry's transition towards data-driven models.
Research predicts smart connected streetlighting deployments will deliver $15 billion in cumulative energy savings for cities by 2023.
Griffith University researchers found that opting for natural light instead of office lighting provided energy and cost savings, and supported mood and sleep.
Australian start-up Solpod has received $975,000 from ARENA to trial installing redeployable rooftop solar on commercial and government buildings.
Itron, Electrix, and Transport Canberra and City Services will create an IIoT network to support smart city and energy solutions in Canberra.
CCT Energy Storage's TED (Thermal Energy Device) is a heat battery that can store 12 times more energy than a lead–acid battery and 5–6 times more than a lithium-ion battery.
The 12- to 18-month trial will focus on demonstrating the operational capabilities of VPPs to deliver energy and Frequency Control Ancillary Services.
A Goulburn Valley pear and stone fruit farming family has saved more than $62,000 a year in electricity after installing a solar PV system across its two cold storage sheds.
Darwin will replace close to 10,000 streetlights and Palmerston will replace 5000 streetlights with wirelessly connected LEDs.