Could an ill, dysfunctional city be 'treated' through the creation of a 'digital twin' as a test bed to prototype urban ideas in a low-risk environment?
Energy and intelligent home start-up Wattcost has become one of the first companies to settle into the Sydney Startup Hub.
The Queensland Government has committed $4 million to a power-slashing, job-boosting project being run by start-up company Redback Technologies and its partners.
Landis+Gyr has entered into an exclusive agreement with energy retailer Simply Energy to provide smart metering services to more than 550,000 households across Australia.
ARENA is providing $368,000 to Hivve Technology to trial its renewable-powered classrooms in two NSW schools, just in time for the start of the 2018 school year.
Monash University has chosen IT consulting company Indra as a key technology partner in a project to establish a sustainable electricity microgrid at its Clayton campus.
Solar energy software provider Solar Analytics has received a $1.9 million grant from the CRC Projects (CRC-P) Program to develop a holistic smart home energy management system.
An Australian invention is set to save businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars in energy bills with the touch of a button.
Telensa, a provider of smart city control systems, has been selected to deploy its PLANet intelligent street lighting system in Wellington, New Zealand.
RTE, the electricity transmission system operator of France, has selected an ABB Ability Network Manager control system to help operators monitor and control the grid more efficiently.
Flow Power's kWatch Intelligent Controller is a device that will help businesses save money by knowing when to take advantage of abundant cheap power. The product provides real-time alerts to users advising them when to power down or switch to a generator, eg, during periods of extreme heat when demand is high.
Right Click Capital and the Clean Energy Innovation Fund have announced an investment of $8.99 million into renewable energy start-up Redback Technologies, as part of its Series A-2 capital raising round.
The old adage that you can't manage what you can't measure is nowhere more apt than in data centre energy consumption.
Energy Queensland's Energy Services division is partnering with GreenSync to create what has been described as Australia's biggest virtual power plant, launched by Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt at the Powering North Queensland Summit in Townsville.
Australian company Thinxtra has a plan to connect millions of devices around the country to the internet — and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is committing $10 million to help.