Following opposition leader Bill Shorten's policy announcement that 50% of new cars will be electric by 2030, questions have been raised about the ability of the electricity grid to cope with the increased demand associated with a substantial increase in the use of electric vehicles.
The global partnership will offer an energy-efficient microgrid solution for utilities, commercial and industrial entities.
More than 1.1 million people were affected by 167 power outages in ANZ in 2018, but overall power outages decreased for the first time in four years.
Mitsubishi Motors has unveiled the Dendo Drive House (DDH), a power system that lets consumers generate and store energy automatically between their cars and home.
The CP20.241-V1 DIN rail power supply is equipped with an additional remote-controlled ON/OFF feature.
Local companies are set to benefit from Western Power's $8.8 million power system rollout, which is believed to be the largest deployment of Stand-alone Power Systems (SPS) in Australia.
Australia is in the midst of a major political debate over energy policy, pricing and surety of supply to meet residential and business demand.
Infrastructure Australia has proposed a national EV fast-charging network is a top priority, which may help address concerns about driving range and increase EV adoption.
Magellan Power and Curtin University student Mojtaba Saleh recently completed a PhD project which helps mitigate the effect of passing clouds on solar generation.
The AC-DC hybrid distribution system could reduce electricity prices by more than 5% and improve service reliability.
MORNSUN has added four series of DC converters, all with dual isolated regulated outputs, to the R3 DC/DC wide-input converter family.
As Australia swelters in the now annual 'once-in-a-lifetime' heatwave, Australians are cranking up their air-conditioning units to stay cool.
A model has predicted lithium-ion batteries will be the cheapest technology for storing electricity by 2050.
The Queensland Electrical Safety Office (ESO) is reminding electrical workers to use an independent earth whenever possible, rather than the installation earthing system.
A study has warned utilities to prepare the grid for the increasing uptake of EVs, which will increase energy consumption, peak demand and unpredictability.