Australia's untapped energy efficiency potential has been illustrated in a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
New research suggests that double-sided solar panels that can follow the sun are both the most energy and cost effective.
Windows that can change colours depending on humidity — and without the need for electricity — are being developed by researchers.
A new generation of solar cells that pass international tests for heat and humidity has been developed by Australian researchers.
Communities affected by the bushfires earlier in 2020 will receive solar panels as part of their rebuilding process.
A next-generation solar cell that can maintain efficiency in the heat has been developed by engineers at Iowa State University.
Material that could be used to create organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is currently under investigation by a team of researchers.
A solar chimney that is optimised for energy saving and fire safety has been designed by researchers at RMIT University.
Ultraviolet LEDs that can decontaminate surfaces from COVID-19 infection are currently being developed by researchers.
Renewable energy potential has been boosted by the creation of a new chemical compound by researchers at West Virginia University.
An optimisation methodology for designing energy systems that are resilient to climate changes and variability has been developed by scientists.
Renewable energy start-ups will receive federal government funding to help get them off the ground.
Greater emphasis is now being placed on ecological aspects when planning and installing lighting systems for industrial plants.