Energy

Household waste is set to generate energy in WA

18 October, 2018

A large-scale energy-from-waste project is expected to divert 400,000 tonnes of household and industrial waste from landfill each year and power up to 50,000 homes.


Alternative fuel system for cement plant

18 October, 2018 | Supplied by: Schenck Process Australia Pty Ltd

Boral Cement has installed an alternative fuel system to power its cement plant in Berrima, NSW.


Microgrid trial to help university transition to renewables

16 October, 2018 | Supplied by: Monash University

The Monash Smart Energy City project will trial a microgrid at its Clayton campus to demonstrate how it can be reliably powered by 100% renewable energy.


Barwon Water is plugging in a solar array

12 October, 2018

Barwon Water's focus on renewable energy is designed to limit its impact on the environment and help to keep costs down for its customers.


Large-scale wind power would cause warming in the US

05 October, 2018

Large-scale wind power generation would warm the Continental United States 0.24°C because wind turbines redistribute heat in the atmosphere, according to new research.


Weather data helps factory reduce energy consumption

05 October, 2018 | Supplied by: Henkel Australia Pty Ltd

Henkel uses Netatmo's Smart Home Weather Stations in all 31 of its laundry and home care factories to correlate weather data with potential changes to its manufacturing processes.


Trina Solar Trinahome solar energy system

04 October, 2018 | Supplied by: Trina Solar

Trina Solar is moving into the Australian household sector with the launch of Trinahome, helping to boost demand in Australia for rooftop solar by giving households an easy solution.


CEFC finance helps Visy increase recycling, cut emissions

04 October, 2018 | Supplied by: Clean Energy Finance Corporation

Visy Industries plans to invest $30 million of CEFC finance across a range of energy-efficient, renewable and low-emissions technologies over the next four years.


ABB showcases solar and EV portfolio at All-Energy Australia

03 October, 2018 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

Technology company ABB is displaying its extensive solar and electric vehicle charging portfolio at this year's All-Energy Australia event.


EXAIR Super Air Knife

01 October, 2018 | Supplied by: Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd

The compact Super Air Knife provides a powerful curtain of airflow while reducing compressed air usage and noise when compared to other blowoffs.


Nanocrystals convert solar energy into hydrogen

27 September, 2018 | Supplied by: Curtin University

Australian researchers are using tiny nanocrystals as highly efficient catalysts to generate solar energy for the production of clean fuels such as hydrogen.


Preparing for the Energy IoT Economy

25 September, 2018 by Giovanni Polizzi, Energy Solutions Manager at Indra Australia | Supplied by: Indra

By combining Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, renewable energy is becoming a more manageable and economically feasible input for the energy industry.


Sydney Opera House reaches carbon neutrality

24 September, 2018

The Sydney Opera House has officially become carbon neutral, meeting its target to reduce emissions five years ahead of schedule.


Solar pumping system switched on at NSW farm

21 September, 2018 | Supplied by: ReAqua

Solar pumping specialist ReAqua has designed and built a 500 kW solar array, comprising nearly a hectare of panels, to power a bore producing up to 15 ML each day.


R. STAHL 6036 Series tubular light fittings

19 September, 2018 | Supplied by: Control Logic Pty Ltd

The 6036 series LED-based tubular light fittings from R. STAHL can be used in Ex zones 1/21 and 2/22 and provide an alternative to typical linear luminaires.


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