Master Electricians Australia (MEA) has issued an urgent warning to home owners about serious fire risk following the recall of a Salzer Brand DC isolator.
Genex Power has selected CIMIC Group company UGL as preferred Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor to deliver the 270 MW solar farm project, as part of the Kidston Stage 2 works in North Queensland.
Decmil Group has signed a deal with Maoneng Australia for its 250 MW Sunraysia Solar PV project located near Balranald in New South Wales.
Last week saw two significant milestones achieved in the energy sector. Firstly, the commitment at the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Energy Minister's meeting in Hobart on 24 November 2017 to progress the design of the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) could be a policy turning point for the nation.
Work on Schneider Electric and Planet Ark Power's $13.9 million solar and battery pilot project in South Australia is expected to commence early in 2018.
ABB's residential energy storage system REACT (Renewable Energy Accumulator and Conversion Technology) allows home owners and landlords to store any excess energy produced by their PV installation during peak times for periods with higher energy demands.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill and Neoen Deputy CEO Romain Desrousseaux have turned on the world's largest lithium-ion battery.
Australia could lead the world in developing large- and home-scale energy storage systems, despite hurdles.
More than 15,000 solar systems, representing over 100 MW of rooftop solar capacity, were installed across Australia's main grids in October, according to the latest Renewable Energy Index by Green Energy Markets, and funded by GetUp.
Philips Lighting has delivered one billion LED lamps and luminaires as part of the 'Global Lighting Challenge' campaign to deploy 10 billion high-efficiency light points around the world.
Horizon Power will soon begin a $7.1m pilot project to install a variety of distributed energy technologies in 90 homes and businesses in Carnarvon, Western Australia.
Australian battery company Redflow aims to produce as many as 3000 batteries a year from its new Thai factory, which it is currently fitting out, according to Redflow Chairman Brett Johnson.