Predicting power generation from wind and solar

15 July, 2021

Machine-learning technology is being used to accurately predict energy generation from wind and solar for integration with the national grid.

Maximising the energy extraction of wind farms

12 July, 2021

How can wind farms maximise the amount of energy extracted from wind?

Emerson PACEdge industrial edge platform

07 July, 2021 | Supplied by: Emerson Automation Solutions

The PACEdge industrial edge platform delivers scalability and open connectivity, making data and analytics accessible from the machine level to enterprise.

New anode material gives scope for EV sodium-ion battery future

23 June, 2021

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.

Council partnership plans to double rooftop solar

15 June, 2021

The council's Our Green City Plan aims to double rooftop capacity by 2023 by providing residents with value-for-money, quality solar products.

Energy Next: connecting technologies with the clean energy sector

03 June, 2021

Energy Next is a free-to-attend B2B exhibition showcasing the latest clean energy innovation and technologies.

Dwyer Instruments Series UBT Clamp-on Ultrasonic Thermal Energy Meter

01 June, 2021 | Supplied by: Dwyer Instruments (Aust) Pty Ltd

The series uses temperature sensors for energy measurement and ultrasonic waves, with time differentials for flow measurement.

Solar winnings used to innovate manufacturing

31 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Energus

Some food manufacturers are using the savings from solar investments to innovate and increase production.

Smart solar power hub heats up

28 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Intellihub

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.

Number 2 is the latest in poo-powered vehicles

27 May, 2021

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.

Energy program soaks up surplus solar

26 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Intellihub

Endeavour Energy and smart metering company Intellihub have officially launched a program that is set to revolutionise the way off-peak electricity systems operate.

Emerson PACEdge IoT software platform

25 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Control Logic Pty Ltd

The PACEdge IoT software platform package from Emerson provides all aspects of edge processing to simplify IIoT application development, deployment and administration.

Enlit Australia: Making a difference in the energy transition

24 May, 2021

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.

Bonfiglioli IE3 Motor Series

24 May, 2021 | Supplied by: Bonfiglioli Transmission Pty Ltd

Bonfiglioli's BX Heavy Duty Series of asynchronous motors is designed to meet the requirements of demanding industrial applications.

Solar sandwich structure holds promise for efficiency

21 May, 2021

Australian researchers have demonstrated that the 2D films used in some perovskite solar cells closely resemble a sandwich.

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