Using solar and air to create green hydrogen

24 September, 2020

Low-cost green hydrogen has been manufactured using a combination of solar energy and water harvested from air.

Why the government's gas plan could be 'on the nose'

17 September, 2020 by Amy Steed

Although the manufacturing industry has thrown its support behind the federal government's new Gas Recovery Plan, some experts have criticised the move.

Building blocks for a renewable electric grid

11 September, 2020

Coal-fired power stations could be converted to run entirely fossil fuel-free by using a new type of thermal storage material housed in LEGO-like blocks.

SA tenants to benefit from Tesla virtual power plant

08 September, 2020

ARENA will provide $8.2 million in funding to Tesla Motors Australia to deploy residential battery and rooftop solar systems at 3000 properties across Adelaide.

Solar farm to boost energy generation in Qld

03 September, 2020

Luminous Energy completes sale of Columboola Solar Farm project, which will be built using the the latest solar technology innovations.

Reducing gas usage with renewable energy heating

28 August, 2020

With gas still a key part of many industrial heating applications, researchers are looking for renewable alternatives.

Green energy solution for Greenham

25 August, 2020 | Supplied by: Simons Green Energy

Simons Green Energy provided HW Greenham & Sons with an end-to-end solution for their meat processing site in Tongala, Victoria.

Why Is LPG energy great for rural households?

24 August, 2020 | Supplied by: Elgas Ltd

There are many advantages of signing up for LPG at your rural property, Elgas explains.

Highbury DC Bi-Directional Charger

24 August, 2020 | Supplied by: Rectifier Technologies Pacific

The bi-directional DC charger will enable electric vehicle owners to sell excess power to the grid directly from their vehicle's battery.

How LED lighting affects the natural environment

21 August, 2020 | Supplied by: La Trobe University

The La Trobe University Net Zero fund will be investigating the impact that LED lighting has on native wildlife.

Grid project set to secure Alice Springs' energy future

17 August, 2020

The Alice Springs Future Grid Project will focus on addressing barriers to further renewable energy penetration in the local electricity network.

ABB builds facility for EV chargers in Italy

03 August, 2020 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

A new facility for electric vehicle chargers is being developed by ABB in San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy.

Using renewables to strengthen the power grid

24 July, 2020

A study that will explore how to manage unstable and weak parts of the electricity grid has just received funding from ARENA.

La Trobe on track for net zero

24 July, 2020

Melbourne's La Trobe University is on track to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2029 with the completion of a solar energy project at its Bundoora Campus.

Battery breakthrough for electric transport

22 July, 2020

Researchers have designed a new class of solid electrolytes that could facilitate the wider electrification of transportation, including electric aircraft and long-range electric cars.

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