Stanford researchers have developed a battery that generates energy from areas where sea water and fresh water mingle. The technology has the potential to make energy-independent and carbon-neutral coastal wastewater treatment plants a reality.
WMRR and Bioenergy Australia are launching a series of energy from waste fact sheets, with the first instalment focusing on thermal treatment.
Barnawartha biodiesel plant in north-east Victoria has restarted operations, commencing production of low-carbon renewable biofuels B5, B20 and B100.
MT100 and ST102A Multipoint Air/Gas Flow Meters from Fluid Components International are designed to provide precision, temperature-compensated direct mass flow measurement of air.
A window film made from a specially designed molecule has the potential to take the edge off the most intense midday heat by absorbing and storing solar energy.
As governments around the world search for ways to reduce carbon outputs and slow climate change, an Australian company has developed a way to generate money from the process.
A team of researchers is developing phosphorene nanosheets for use in the next generation of solar cells.
A renewable hybrid microgrid incorporating wind, solar, battery and gas power is under construction at a WA goldmine.
Researchers from Australia and China are investigating how to make energy supply more efficient and reliable via the Australia-China Joint Research Centre for Energy Informatics and Demand Response Technologies.
Smart tech companies like Reposit Power are revolutionising our electricity system by enabling energy companies and home owners to collaboratively solve grid issues.
A new initiative will track emissions reduction commitments made by Australian companies, governments and organisations on a single national platform.
The requirements for establishing a wind farm are no longer as simple as 'build in a windy location and connect to the grid'.