Innovations in the electric power sector could give electricity the lead over fossil-based combustion fuels in the world's energy supply by mid-century.
A safe, cheap and sustainable method of storing energy has been developed by researchers.
An electrician left a switchboard with no multiple earthed neutral, and failed to carry out mandatory tests at a Perth property.
WorkSafe Queensland is reminding electrical contractors about the recall issued on the Infinity cable.
A simple and affordable means of ascertaining the best chemicals and metals for energy storage and supply has been found by Curtin University researchers.
Three electrical apprentices received electric shocks during August 2021, according to WorkSafe Queensland.
Many strata managers and bodies corporate are not aware of the legal and financial ramifications when using embedded energy networks.
A worker died and six others received electric shocks during an incident with a harvester in July 2021.
A combined penalty of $25,000 has been issued to a director and two NSW-based companies over a serious electrical shock incident in NT.
Building and fire safety authorities in WA are reminding home owners that all smoke alarms should be replaced when they are 10 years old.
Worksafe Queensland has issued an alert advising that SAA Approvals has cancelled 18 certifications for DC isolators.
Blundstone's Women's Safety Series of boots has expanded. Boot styles #883 and #887 are designed for women in trades, providing additional options for a range of industries in lightweight, airport-friendly designs.
The ACT's commitment to reduced emissions and electrifying its economy has been welcomed by the National Electrical and Communications Association.