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.
Businesses can turn organic waste into biogas to offset energy costs and create new revenue streams.
Veolia Water Technologies will supply lithium refining technologies to Toyota Tsusho and Orocobre via a new plant to be constructed in Naraha, Japan.
EDL's Coober Pedy Hybrid Renewable Project has been awarded the 2019 Asian Power Awards' Environmental Upgrade of the Year.
The Clean Energy Regulator has approved enough capacity to guarantee achievement of the 2020 Large-scale Renewable Energy Target.
AEMO has released a report highlighting the urgent need for investment in energy generation and transmission to ensure the security of Australia's energy system.
Stanford researchers have developed a battery that generates energy from areas where sea water and fresh water mingle. The technology has the potential to make energy-independent and carbon-neutral coastal wastewater treatment plants a reality.
WMRR and Bioenergy Australia are launching a series of energy from waste fact sheets, with the first instalment focusing on thermal treatment.
A renewable hybrid microgrid incorporating wind, solar, battery and gas power is under construction at a WA goldmine.
Smart tech companies like Reposit Power are revolutionising our electricity system by enabling energy companies and home owners to collaboratively solve grid issues.
HydraCell, a fuel cell technology developed by Hydra Light, can generate its own power when activated by dipping in water.