Energy

Logging leftovers could be used for sustainable biofuel

16 March, 2022

The tops of trees and the wood left behind after logging at pine farms could be used as a biofuel to reduce carbon emissions, researchers have found.


Lampo Emergency Response Unit

01 March, 2022 | Supplied by: Hydro Innovations

The trailer-mounted, multipurpose Lampo is designed to speed up and simplify the deployment of emergency response equipment.


Bacteria turns carbon waste into chemicals for fuels, fabric

25 February, 2022

International researchers have selected, engineered and optimised a bacteria strain to break down waste carbon dioxide (CO2) and convert it into acetone and isopropanol (IPA).


Smart grid technology helps renewable energy transition

23 February, 2022 | Supplied by: Hetech

Hetech is now working in the renewable energy space with EcoJoule's smart grid technology.


EV boom: sales triple to 24K; market share jumps to 2.39%

01 February, 2022

Sales of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) more than tripled from 6900 in 2020 to 24,078 in 2021, according to the figures released by the Electric Vehicle Council.


Fluence, ReNew announce JV to boost energy storage in India

21 January, 2022

Global energy storage technology and services provider Fluence and renewable energy company ReNew have announced an agreement to form a new company to meet the needs of local customers across India.


Circular battery economy: challenges and future approaches to recycling

21 January, 2022

‘Design for Recycling’ could be a promising approach to achieve sustainable battery economy, and meet regulatory requirements as well as new battery directive demands from different markets including the United States, the European Union (EU) and China.


Solar cells get thinner, tougher and more efficient

20 January, 2022

Rice University engineers have achieved a new benchmark in the design of atomically thin solar cells made of semiconducting perovskites.


Mornington 240 MWp/480 MWh battery project a step closer

19 January, 2022

Renewables company Maoneng has received development approval for its proposed 240 MWp/480 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) in Mornington Peninsula.


BOC and Foton Mobility partner to speed up hydrogen bus development

13 January, 2022 | Supplied by: BOC Limited

Gas and engineering company BOC, a subsidiary of Linde plc, and Foton Mobility have partnered to develop the hydrogen bus sector in Australia and New Zealand.


iBase IBR215 2.5″ single board computer

17 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Backplane Systems Technology Pty Ltd

The iBase IBR215 2.5″ single board computer has an NXP ARM Cortex-A53 i.MX 8M Plus Quad 1.6 GHz Processor.


Tesvolt energy storage system

17 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Tesvolt Australia

Tesvolt energy storage systems have a total capacity of up to 40 MWh.


Thought Leaders 2022: David Sullivan

15 December, 2021 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

ABB Australia's Head of Electrification talks about the need for action on climate change and how technology can enable a low-carbon society.


Aussie tech accelerating the electrification of UK homes

14 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Gridcognition

Australian technology startup Gridcognition has announced a partnership with its first UK-based customer, SNRG.


Smart Energy Council announces new board member

14 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Smart Energy Council

The CEO of Greenbank, Ria O'Hehir, has been appointed to the board of the Smart Energy Council in recognition of her contribution to the industry.


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