Energy-savings switch for university15 November, 2012
Monash University Clayton Campus in Victoria recently conducted a two-month pilot study to determine the financial benefits of installing the Australian-designed EcoSwitch throughout the university’s office workstations. The EcoSwitch is an energy-saving device that cuts out standby power used by equipment and appliances.
Energy-saving tips for tenants07 November, 2012
Environment Minister Robyn Parker has released the NABERS Energy Management Guide for Tenants, which is designed to help office tenants take control of their energy costs and environmental impacts.
Ilum-a-Lite Light Eco 7 W MR16 LED downlight kit01 November, 2012
The Light Eco 7 W MR16 LED downlight kit, featuring improvements in performance and energy savings, now has a redefined level of warm glow with its warm white colour of 2200K.
The Greenwall Company EcoPillow green roof27 October, 2012
The Greenwall Company has launched the EcoPillow - a pre-grown living roof that offers the benefits of a green roof while reducing risk and the cost of the roofing structure.
ABB to help Australian coal terminal operate at peak efficiency23 October, 2012
ABB has been awarded a $29 million order to provide complete electrical and automation systems for the conveyors at a new coal export terminal currently under construction in north-eastern Australia.
ReneSola Micro Replus micro inverters12 October, 2012
ReneSola has expanded its product range to include the Micro Replus micro inverters. The devices are ETL certified and are available stand-alone or can be integrated with a ReneSola panel for a turnkey AC module.
Fluke Ti105 and TiR105 thermal imagers11 October, 2012
The Fluke Ti105 and TiR105 thermal imagers are the latest addition to Fluke’s series of lightweight, rugged and easy-to-use imagers.
Schneider Electric Australia launches PlantStruxure at 2012 User Conference10 October, 2012
Schneider Electric today launched PlantStruxure at its User Conference on the Gold Coast. The process automation technology allows industrial and infrastructure companies to transparently connect field, process and enterprise levels within their business.
Dwyer Series TIC thermal imaging camera07 October, 2012
The Dwyer Series TIC thermal imaging camera allows users to see heat contrasts to prevent plant equipment failures, detect air leaks in buildings and many more applications.
GE LED Snowcone A19 lamp06 October, 2012
GE Lighting has launched the LED Snowcone A19, an LED lamp tailored for the consumer market. Customised for home lighting, consumers have a choice of a 7 or 10 W lamp, which will deliver nearly the same light output as the incandescent 40 and 60 W bulbs respectively.
IKEA to convert all lighting to LED03 October, 2012
IKEA is supporting the LED light revolution by converting its full lighting range to LED by 2016 - meaning IKEA will be selling only LED bulbs and LED lamps.
Uniflair Chilled Water room cooling range for data centres03 September, 2012
Uniflair Chilled Water products offer flexible cooling solutions suitable for any density racked and non-racked IT loads. The products meet the diverse requirements of the data centre environment to provide efficient cooling at the room level.
LED bulb ranges29 August, 2012
The myAmbiance and myVision range of Philips LED light bulbs are claimed to be able to save up to 80% energy and can be used in existing light sockets.
Otago research to seek energy efficiency in NZ’s transport sector27 August, 2012
How to create an energy-efficient transport sector is a question about to be tackled by University of Otago researchers in a multimillion-dollar, multiyear project. The university’s Centre for Sustainability has won a bid to run a national project looking at energy uses in New Zealand’s homes, small businesses and transport sector.
Powerstar continues growth with new Australian office24 August, 2012
EMSc, manufacturer of the Star range of energy-saving solutions, is expanding its international footprint with the opening of a dedicated Powerstar office in Melbourne.