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Fluid Components International MT100 and ST102A multipoint air/gas flow meters

17 July, 2019

MT100 and ST102A Multipoint Air/Gas Flow Meters from Fluid Components International are designed to provide precision, temperature-compensated direct mass flow measurement of air.

Window film stores solar enegy

11 July, 2019

A window film made from a specially designed molecule has the potential to take the edge off the most intense midday heat by absorbing and storing solar energy.

Australia and China collaborate to solve energy challenges

19 June, 2019

Researchers from Australia and China are investigating how to make energy supply more efficient and reliable via the Australia-China Joint Research Centre for Energy Informatics and Demand Response Technologies.

Grid automation gets smart

01 May, 2019

The WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750/753 features a versatility and flexibility that will cover virtually every requirement within the broadest range of industries.

Future-focused research centre for battery industry

15 April, 2019

The announcement of the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre will see researchers from Queensland University of Technology leading research to help propel Australia's battery industry.

Businesses unlock $14m windfall from corporate renewable PPAs

21 March, 2019

Analysis from Flow Power reveals that companies signed onto corporate renewable PPAs saved up to $14 million.

Minetek High-Output Axial Fan System

05 March, 2019

The Minetek secondary mine ventilation system features underground fans that are designed to optimise airflow and reduce wasted power.

Reaching the next level in industrial power supplies

01 March, 2019

Switched-mode power supplies have proven themselves in the industry thanks to their long service lives and robust design.

Funds available to help NSW manufacturers save energy

25 February, 2019

The NSW Government is offering over $16 million in funding to help manufacturing businesses save energy and money.

EnergyLab accelerates clean energy start-ups

20 February, 2019

Applications have opened for EnergyLab's Incubation Program to support start-ups creating renewable energy products and technologies.

Are your sugar mills efficient?

13 November, 2018 by Robert Glass, Global Food and Beverage Communications Manager

The role of electrification in sugar milling energy efficiency is becoming more important.

Occupants wanted for Passive House trial

02 November, 2018

Frasers Property Australia has announced it will test the economic and comfort benefits of a Certified Passive House home for the mass market in Australia against the outcomes of a standard family home.

Discovery could enable low-energy electronics

25 October, 2018

A global research project has resulted in a breakthrough in quantum physics that could deliver electronics and communications technology with ultralow energy consumption.

EXAIR Super Air Knife

01 October, 2018

The compact Super Air Knife provides a powerful curtain of airflow while reducing compressed air usage and noise when compared to other blowoffs.

Improving energy efficiency for manufacturers

19 September, 2018

Technology is available to help plant manufacturers improve energy efficiency while saving costs and improving overall equipment effectiveness (OEE).

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