University of Tokyo researchers have found a way to improve the performance and safety of lithium-ion batteries.
Standards Australia has entered the international conversation on renewable ocean energy by setting up a committee to discuss this energy source.
The 58th Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition in Sydney will now take place on 29–30 September due to the potential impact of COVID-19.
Researchers have combined thermocell technology with a matched phase transition material, increasing the ability to harvest waste heat to power electronics.
The AHC has welcomed GHD as a Corporate Member to help build a hydrogen-based energy future for Australia.
An Australia Institute report says ARENA needs an urgent funding extension to maintain its critical role in improving energy reliability and reducing costs as the nation shifts to low-carbon sources.
The Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition trade event for solar, storage and energy management is being held from 7–8 April 2020 at the ICC, Sydney.
The forum is a chance for the waste-to-energy industry to address waste hierarchy fundamentals and changing perceptions about WtE facilities and their role within an integrated waste management strategy.
A research team from Tokyo University of Science has found that, compared with lithium rechargeable batteries, potassium-driven batteries show promise as a low-cost, more sustainable option.
A Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) report reveals that 70 leading Australian organisations have switched to renewable energy in the past two years.
Bioenergy Australia has welcomed the government's commitment to develop a roadmap to boost Australia's bioenergy sector.
The government has announced a $1 billion Grid Reliability Fund, but some have concerns about the Underwriting New Generation Investments (UNGI) program.
Croissant making has inspired a research team from Queen Mary University of London to solve a sustainable energy problem.
The Hurley Hotel Group's $20 million redevelopment of the Marion Hotel installed an electrical solution that was energy efficient and easy to use.
Monash University is showcasing its energy microgrid to the energy industry to demonstrate how a 100% renewable-powered city can operate.