Energy

Noark circuit breaker, surge protection devices, fuses and isolators

02 August, 2011 | Supplied by: DKSH Australia Pty Ltd

Noark provides a range of circuit breakers, surge protection devices, fuses and isolators for both grid and off-grid photovoltaic systems. Tested under severe lab conditions, with ambient temperatures from -25 to +70°C including a complete range of compensation curves for different temperate and elevation curves, this range of products combines streamlined structural design and electric emulation technology.


1 MW solar power station for Alice Springs

02 August, 2011

Alice Springs’ quest to create a sustainable energy future has been boosted with the launch of the one-megawatt Uterne solar power station.


National solar schools program receives $25m grant

02 August, 2011

The federal government has awarded $25m in grants for schools under the National Solar Schools Program.


How to choose a solar provider

02 August, 2011

Conergy has provided consumers with five essential questions to ask when looking for a solar provider and installer.


Support for renewables to encourage SA manufacturing

27 July, 2011

Significant new job opportunities are expected in South Australia’s manufacturing sector resulting from federal and state government investment in the support of renewable energy.


Solar farm installed at hotel

27 July, 2011

The family owned and operated Jet Park Hotel & Conference Centre has recently been named as the recipient of an Enviro Gold Award. Awarded by Qualmark New Zealand, the Enviro Awards recognise businesses in the NZ hospitality industry that are working to reduce their environmental impact.


Shining light on solar

26 July, 2011

A $66.5 million grant from the Gillard Labor Government will fund world-leading research to help build one of the largest solar power plants in the world in north-west New South Wales - creating jobs, strengthening industry-research partnerships and securing Australia’s clean energy future.


Australian solar energy company educates at WEEC

19 July, 2011

A leading Queensland renewable energy company, Auzion, will be representing the Queensland solar industry at the 6th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC) this week.


ABB acquires Epyon

08 July, 2011

Rapid growth of electric vehicle (EV) fleet drives demand for fast-charging solutions.


Remote NT communities now solar powered

05 July, 2011

An initiative supported by the Northern Territory Government's Climate Change Policy will see three remote NT communities powered by solar energy.


Wind farm inquiry

30 June, 2011

The renewable energy industry has welcomed the report of the Senate Inquiry into the Social and Economic Impact of Rural Wind Farms in June, saying it provided no reason to stop the rollout of this clean energy technology.


Imark HR hybrid regulators

29 June, 2011 | Supplied by: Imark Communications

The Imark HR hybrid regulators are suitable for use with remote area power systems. They accept inputs from both wind turbines and photovoltaic arrays simultaneously, and are designed to charge and manage battery banks. They readily integrate with RAPS inverters.


Green light for solar

23 June, 2011

The federal government will provide more than three quarters of a billion dollars to help build two of the largest solar power stations in the world.


Leightons and GE awarded $1.3m Geraldton windfarm contract

22 June, 2011

The consortium of Leighton Contractors and GE has won a $130m contract by the Verve Energy and Macquarie Capital joint venture to develop the Mumbida Wind Farm, 40 km south-east of Geraldton, WA.


CSIRO says ‘yes’ to aircraft biofuels

26 May, 2011

A CSIRO report has confirmed the viability of establishing an economically and environmentally beneficial, ‘bioderived’ Australian and New Zealand aviation fuels industry.


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