The Victorian Government is building up its energy network resilience to provide community protection from future extreme weather events in the state.
All-Energy Australia is set to host the EnergyLab Start-Up Showcase which provides a platform for clean tech startups in Australia and NZ.
The Micro Motion High-Pressure Coriolis flow meters are designed to meet the challenges of ultra-high-pressure environments.
Queensland is investing in a super grid, wind and solar farms, and renewable storage in order to reach a new renewable energy target of 80% by 2035.
Energy storage is crucial for Australia's transition to 100% clean energy — now the Andrews Labor government has introduced targets.
The Institute of Instrumentation, Control, and Automation (IICA) will hold its final Technology Expo for 2022 for NSW on 25 October.
An organic long-life battery is being trialled by Fonterra, which could support greater energy security and distributed electricity generation for New Zealand.
Experts have converged on Adelaide to chart pathways to decarbonise heavy industry at this year's HiTeMP 3 Forum, hosted by the University of Adelaide.
The process could be particularly useful in future medical devices where small, intricately designed energy storage offers several benefits.
The Series MSX Magnesense Differential Pressure Transmitter now has optional BACnet and Modbus communications available immediately for use in building control applications.
A small section of the River Thames in the UK is being illuminated by the flow of the river itself using a new hydroelectric turbine design that is being tested onsite.
Renewable hydrogen produced at Hydrogen Park South Australia in Adelaide will be delivered to Whyalla for industrial processes, showcasing the possibilities of locally produced hydrogen.
Unlike most major challenges faced by modern society, Richard Kirkman from Veolia believes there is a silver bullet for the NSW energy crisis.
As part of net zero aspirations, Queensland Westfield shopping centres will source all of their electricity from renewables by 2025.
All-Energy Australia is returning bigger and better than ever to Melbourne in October.