Despite a 20% average rise in technology costs, renewables have retained their position as Australia's cheapest new-build electricity generation.
Siemens has partnered with Bueno and Setmetrics, two Australian companies in the smart infrastructure sector.
The Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) project, which will recover heat and power from residual non-recyclable waste to provide partly renewable power, has received grant funding.
Facing up to community opposition is critical for Australia's energy transition, according to Sarah FitzGerald, GHD's Global Program Lead – Future Energy.
Respondents of a recent survey by ABB cite concerns that energy pricing and insecurity could delay progress on climate change but solutions are available to help.
Hydrogen can play a crucial role in the worldwide reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by providing a cleaner energy source for many applications.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers recently delivered the Australian federal Budget, which will see the hydrogen industry benefit from $2 billion in funding for Hydrogen Headstart.
Alan Coller, Director of SolarEdge's Energy Services Division, discusses how to accelerate Australia's transition to a low-carbon electricity system.
Compressed air is critical to blow-moulding production and the opportunities to improve supply side efficiency are highly prevalent.
Following an agreement with Endeavour Energy, seven Western Sydney councils will install 52,200 energy-saving LED streetlights, replacing mercury light bulbs.
The transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is well underway, and with it, the need to provide EV chargers in multi-residential buildings. What do developers need to know?
Schneider Electric has launched its EVlink Home charger, which incorporates new features aimed at making at-home charging easier.
SICK has used FTMg (Flow Thermal Meter for gases) as a foundation to design a graduated solution concept for compressed air monitoring.
Australia's solar, storage and smart energy event is back in Sydney in early May 2023 bigger and brighter than ever.
Using data from across the globe, Spanish company RatedPower unveils its predictions for solar and renewable trends in 2023.