The Series AT-3000MR/MRS ATEX/IECEx approved Photohelic switch/gauge incorporates a flameproof aluminium enclosure with texture epoxy coating.
Adding nickel and cobalt to cheaper, previously ineffective catalysts enhances their performance, which lowers the energy required to split the water.
Research evaluating electric vehicles on energy consumption and overall emissions has found that battery electric vehicles performed best in Australia and New Zealand.
The bus is 100% powered by 'harvested' solar energy from 250 solar panels, designed to capture more than 159,000 kWh of local sunshine at Transdev's Capalaba depot each year.
Selling spare EV charging station capacity as a service itself offers a range of applications.
ystral has launched the Batt-TDS series of powder dispersing systems which is designed to help accelerate lithium-ion battery development and slurry production.
Monash University has developed a suite of interactive resources that will support the implementation of microgrids in various settings in Victoria.
NSW has topped the Electric Vehicle Council (EVC) policy scorecard ratings for the first time with a rating of 9/10.
SMA Solar Technology AG will supply central inverters for what is reported to be the world's largest grid-forming storage project.
Energy Next has made the difficult decision to cancel its August event, which was due to run later this month.
For you as a manufacturer of compressors or compressed air systems, the flawless end product comes first.
HRS Heat Exchangers has announced that it has been acquired by Canadian company Exchanger Industries Limited (EIL).
The PACEdge industrial edge platform delivers scalability and open connectivity, making data and analytics accessible from the machine level to enterprise.
A team from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology has developed a high-performance, economical anode material for use in sodium-ion secondary batteries.
Energy Next is a free-to-attend B2B exhibition showcasing the latest clean energy innovation and technologies.