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 researcher has found that the plastic insulation around electrical cables can be used to make an organic, non-combustible and lightweight cladding core.
The Power Distribution Partner Program aims to meet demand across the industrial, commercial and utilities markets, and has six new partner categories.
A study has warned utilities to prepare the grid for the increasing uptake of EVs, which will increase energy consumption, peak demand and unpredictability.
The 25 MW/50 MWh Gannawarra Energy Storage System began exporting electricity to the grid in October and will be commissioned in time for summer.
A report found that 2100 MW of new generation and storage capacity in 2018, as well as additional sourced reserves, will help ensure there is sufficient available resources.
The NSW Government has released a Transmission Infrastructure Strategy, which aims to create a modernised grid that can deliver reliable and affordable energy to the state.
UNSW and Hangzhou Cables will begin large-scale manufacturing of graphene power cables, which will cut electricity costs and improve grid transmission.
Businesses and households often overlook one of the country's most common causes of fires in the built world: electrical failure or electrical 'arc' related fires.
The 30 MW/30 MWh Ballarat Energy Storage System is the first of two large-scale batteries that will support the state's energy grid in summer.