Energy Next is a free-to-attend B2B exhibition showcasing the latest clean energy innovation and technologies.
More than 2500 smart meters have been deployed in homes across the Illawarra region of NSW under a plan to link with hot water systems to help manage the increasing number of residential solar PV systems across the electricity network.
A poo-powered SUV has been launched by Urban Utilities, in an expansion of its fleet of cars fuelled by electricity generated by human waste.
Endeavour Energy and smart metering company Intellihub have officially launched a program that is set to revolutionise the way off-peak electricity systems operate.
Enlit Australia is taking place 21–22 July at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, bringing together the biggest names in Australia's energy industry.
The challenges which the water and wastewater sectors face over the next couple of decades should not be underestimated.
Protect the electrical systems of today and connect to the information systems of tomorrow.
The Andrews Labor Government's $100 million package to make EVs more affordable has a 2030 target that will see half of all new car sales be ZEVs.
Energy Next clean energy exhibition is being held in Sydney from 13–14 July 2021, alongside the Clean Energy Council's Australian Clean Energy Summit.
Compressed air operators need to look to new compressor technologies that can maintain or increase demand output whilst lowering the input energy costs
The US Government is funding a pilot-scale testing facility to demonstrate a next-generation concentrated solar thermal technology that Australia helped develop.
An international research team has used microalgae to produce hydrogen and methane with a significantly reduced carbon footprint.
Scimita Ventures is a key partner in a study investigating the feasibility of an Australian–German supply chain for hydrogen produced from renewable energy.
More than $4.5m in funding has been granted for two Monash University-led projects that will drive the global transition to a sustainable energy future.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has committed $125 million to help finance the development of grid infrastructure critical to the delivery of the Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro project.