A molten silicon energy storage system developed by South Australian innovator 1414 Degrees is about to undergo a commercial pilot.
Researchers have come up with a conceptual design for a system to store renewable energy and deliver that energy back into an electric grid on demand.
Scientists have demonstrated a strategy for designing active materials for rechargeable aluminium-ion batteries that could be used in future for renewable energy storage.
To reach 100% renewable electricity, Pernod Ricard Winemakers has signed a 10-year virtual generation agreement (VGA) with wholesale electricity retailer Flow Power.
Sydney's Inner West Council will systematically replace streetlights in residential streets with new LED lights that will use less power, save money and reduce emissions.
A newly converted boiler will slash the amount of coal used by Fonterra's Brightwater plant and cut carbon emissions at the site by around 2400 tonnes a year.
ABB has launched a dry-type (oil-free) digital transformer, the ABB Ability TXpert Dry. Due to its dry-type design, digitalisation and little or zero maintenance, the transformer offers safety and data security, with plenty of uptime and optimised operations.
AusNet Services has been appointed to help connect the 336 MW Dundonnell Wind Farm, which recently reached financial close, to the National Energy Market.
UTS has helped kickstart a new $40 million solar farm in regional NSW, signing a commitment to buy energy generated on site.
Frasers Property Australia has announced it will test the economic and comfort benefits of a Certified Passive House home for the mass market in Australia against the outcomes of a standard family home.
Energy storage company Ecoult is supplying its technology for use in a new microgrid project, where it will help power the Otis Air National Guard Base on Cape Cod.