Efficiency and renewables

LR 460 level measurement transmitter

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

The Sitrans LR 460 continuous radar level measurement transmitter is designed for facilities processing solids such as cement powder, coal, gypsum, grain, aggregates and plastics.


Fuel cell

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Rittal Pty Ltd

The RiCell fuel cell system is a standalone power supply, suitable for applications in transport and environmental technology, power engineering, IT and telecommunications, such as use in tunnels as an emergency back-up generator in case of power supply failures.


High-temp LED mounts

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: M Rutty & Co Pty Ltd

Designed to provide improved LED and discrete component mounting, Bivar has announced its extruded nylon mount series of high temperature, self-retaining extruded mounts.


Emergency lighting wins sustainability award

30 July, 2008

The Legrand Slide Connect G2 emergency exit sign has won the Award for Excellence in Sustainable Design at the 2008 Australian International Design Awards.


Sea-wave power plants for China

16 July, 2008

Israeli energy company SDE has signed an agreement to sell sea-wave power plants throughout China, with construction being financed by investors from Hong Kong and China.


Sustainable energy systems degree offered at Griffith University

08 July, 2008

Griffith University has launched the new Sustainable Energy Systems discipline, to help bridge Australia's knowledge gap for developing next-generation green power solutions.


Lighting dimmer

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Philips Dynalite

DDLE802 is an 8-channel leading-edge lighting dimmer with a maximum load per channel of 2 A, suitable for use with incandescent, low-voltage, neon and selected fluorescent fixtures in residential and hotel room applications, where small loads are typical.


Dimmerable reflector lamps

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Megaman Lighting Australia Pty Ltd

The BR1411d is an 11 W GU10 reflector lamp that can be manually dimmed between 10 and 100% of light output without the need for special equipment or control wiring.


Lighting supplier calls for education on energy efficiency

11 June, 2008

Lighting manufacturer Philips calls on the government to help prepare Australians for the plan to phase out inefficient incandescent lighting products in November 2008.


Lighting industry welcomes phasing out of inefficient lamps

10 June, 2008

Lighting Council Australia, the leading voice for the nation’s lighting industry, has welcomed the announcement by the government to proceed with the phasing out of inefficient lamps.


New energy saving initiatives

05 June, 2008

The Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts has announced three new initiatives to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Exit light wins sustainable design award

05 June, 2008

The Slide Connect G2 emergency exit sign was presented the Award for Excellence in Sustainable Design at the 2008 Australian International Design Awards on Friday 30 May.


Greening energy demand is the path forward

04 June, 2008

Investment in improved energy productivity for commercial and residential buildings could cut demand in the property sector by the equivalent of 14 million barrels of oil per day by 2020, a report presented to the United Nations says.


LED alternative to fluoros

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: Maser Technology Group

The LedPak series from Dialight is an LED-based light fixture designed to replace traditional dual 36 W fluorescent light fittings in and around industrial and commercial environments and applications, consuming 68 W and drawing 800 mA of current.


Tend tower lights

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: NAW Controls

The Tend range of tower lights is available in a number of models to suit many applications. The lights use Ba15S LED bulbs in all models to keep energy consumption and maintenance to a minimum.


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