Brisbane's newly built apartments are focusing more on good views than their occupants' comfort, according to Associate Professor Rosemary Kennedy.
The World Energy Council has found that energy efficiency improvements over the last 15 years have saved the world 3.1 gigatonnes (Gt) of primary energy consumption and 7 Gt of CO2, but concludes that much more could and should be done.
The University of Technology Sydney has teamed up with the Central Park urban development project to create what is claimed to be Australia's first district energy-sharing project.
Analysis has found that grid companies could save customers over $1.7 billion in costs and provide more reliable service to rural customers if they can make smarter use of off-grid technology.
ABB has announced a modular and scalable plug-and-play microgrid to address the growing demand for flexible technology in the developing market for distributed power generation.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) welcomes the commitment of the COAG Energy Council to an independent assessment of energy security in Australia.
Climate change is driving storms like that in South Australia, says the Climate Council. However, it has been reported that some are suggesting that South Australia's commitment to renewable energy was the cause of Wednesday's statewide blackout.
In response to new opportunities to reduce emissions and extend energy access, Distributed Energy Systems (DES) encompasses a diverse array of generation, storage, energy monitoring and control solutions.
Bestech Australia has introduced a series of digital panel meters with rotation, speed and flow rate measurements. The WPMZ series addresses issues such as complicated operation and displays that are hard to read.
MSF Sugar is building a $75m green power station at its Tableland Sugar Mill near Mareeba in Far North Queensland. It will use a 100% renewable sugar cane fibre to produce 24 MW of electricity — enough to power every house in the Tableland region.
The Puls CP10 series is a 240 W, one-phase, DIN-rail mount power supply with a width of just 39 mm. It is available in 12, 24 and 48 V versions.
Redback Technologies has partnered with AllGrid Energy, an Indigenous renewable technology company, in order to address energy reliability issues facing Australia's remote communities.
Our most common and longest-running forms of energy — coal, oil, and gas — have effectively powered industry and civilisation for over 100 years. But as we know, these resources aren’t finite and the unprecedented rate at which they are being released from the ground is breaking the delicate balance of our planet’s climate.
Ageing assets and inefficient energy practices are adding to the cost burden of councils. On the other hand, clean energy investments can transform local government operations and provide ongoing benefits for their communities.
A thorough air audit on an Australian food manufacturer's entire system has revealed some unexpected results.