Energy

New hydrogen storage method receives $5m grant

11 April, 2024

While hydrogen has long been identified as a clean energy source, there are difficulties in transporting it affordably and practically.


Dirty dancing across a new energy landscape

10 April, 2024 by Lisa Zembrodt | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The real-time balancing of electricity generation (supply) and demand is like a dynamic dance and if the two dancers are not in sync, the electricity system could tumble.


ProtectAir ToolReg inline air regulator

01 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd

When using pneumatic power tools, overpressure is an ever-present concern that can result in financial, performance and, in some cases, health and safety issues.


Diverse battery technologies trialled in remote WA

28 March, 2024

ARENA will supply $2.85 million in funding to trial two novel long-duration batteries at remote microgrids in Western Australia.


Ballarat aims for 100% renewable energy

27 March, 2024

Committee for Ballarat has joined forces with more than 20 of Ballarat's largest businesses and industries to launch the project.


Printed flexible solar cells expand possibilities for photovoltaics

21 March, 2024

The portable cells can be used in construction, mining, emergency management, disaster relief, defence, personal electronics — and even in space.


Creating the skills pool for Australia's energy transition

14 March, 2024

Engineers Australia has partnered with Energy Networks Australia to build the engineering skills pool required for a smooth transition to renewable energy.


From community solar to agrivoltaics: new Aust energy projects

08 March, 2024 | Supplied by: Trina Solar Australia

Smart PV and energy storage company Trina Solar has announced its involvement in two innovative Australian energy projects.


Bright future for women in solar

04 March, 2024

Brighte, exclusive administrator of the $50m Energy Saver Loan Scheme, has announced the two recipients of its Women in Energy Scholarships in Tasmania.


Siemens Gridscale X autonomous grid management software

28 February, 2024 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

Siemens has announced the launch of Gridscale X, which is designed to support autonomous grid management and accelerate digital transformation for grid operators at speed and scale.


Exploring the impact of climate change on solar PV

23 February, 2024

With solar set to become one of the largest renewable energy sources by 2026, UNSW scientists have investigated the impact of climate change on PV modules.


Hydrogen Summit coming to Brisbane in September

22 February, 2024

More than 3000 industry leaders and 150 exhibitors will gather to showcase the latest technology, discuss new policies and analyse upcoming projects.


Dual-sided solar panels could improve energy in homes

15 February, 2024

ANU research suggests dual-sided solar panels have the potential to produce 20% more energy than traditional one-sided systems if used properly on residential rooftops.


New standard paves way for cleaner, cheaper transport

15 February, 2024

With transport the largest source of Australia's emissions after energy, the government's proposed New Vehicle Efficiency Standard has been welcomed by the Climate Council.


A more sustainable alternative to lithium-ion batteries

12 February, 2024

As the search for alternative battery technologies continues, a project called 4NiB in Germany has its sights set on developing a sustainable energy storage system.


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