Efficiency and renewables

AusNet to connect large Victorian wind farm

13 December, 2022

The Golden Plains Wind Farm in Southwest Victoria will power more than 750,000 homes when the project is completed.


How will Aust households use energy in the future?

12 December, 2022

A report led by Monash University researchers reframes current assumptions held by the energy industry about how people will interact with energy and technology.


Legrand Green'Up EV chargers

09 December, 2022 | Supplied by: Legrand Australia P/L

Green'Up is an adaptable solution designed for the simple, fast and safe charging of Type 2 electric vehicles.


Thought Leaders 2023: Gareth McKay

07 December, 2022 | Supplied by: Valen Power Pty Ltd

Australia could be at the forefront of the energy transition, Valen Power's CEO says, but one of its biggest opportunities leads to one of its biggest challenges.


Proposals sought for school renewables program

06 December, 2022

The NSW Government has put out a call for proposals to finance, deliver and operate renewable energy solutions across 2200 public schools in NSW.


Work kicks off on WA's ambitious EV network

05 December, 2022

Construction has started on what the Western Australian Government describes as the world's longest electric vehicle highway.


Air purifying luminaire rewarded for innovation

30 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Signify

Pierlite's Aether LED UVC Luminaire has been recognised by two lighting industry bodies for its innovative design and positive health impact.


Smart EV policy will support the grid

22 November, 2022

A new Australian report has highlighted how sensible electric vehicle policy settings will benefit customers while supporting the power system.


Lighting up life in remote PNG

15 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

An Australian project bringing solar power to remote villages in Papua New Guinea is transforming the lives of children and villagers.


All-electric vessel wins 'Tug of the Year'

14 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Echandia

The powerful tug has a 70-ton bollard pull that will stack up with the performance of any conventional tug.


How space technologies can help in the race to net zero

09 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Inmarsat Services Ltd

A new report from Inmarsat and Globant has found that existing satellite technologies could save up to 5.5 billion tonnes of CO2 a year.


Using game theory to predict EV charging behaviour

09 November, 2022 by Matt Shipman

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a dynamic computational tool to help improve user access to EV charging stations.


Light bulb can last for 50 years

08 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Signify

Signify has launched the new Philips Ultra Efficient range, which the company says consumes 60% less energy and offers huge reductions in material waste.


Brightgreen hidden strip lights

07 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Brightgreen Pty Ltd

The long-lasting LEDs can be easily concealed in walls, roofs, floors, cabinetry, skirting boards and more.


Vic solar farm opts for Swiss BESS

02 November, 2022 | Supplied by: Energy Vault

Located three hours north of Melbourne, Meadow Creek Solar Farm plans to provide zero-carbon electricity to approximately 110,000 homes in the region.


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