University of Tokyo researchers have found a way to improve the performance and safety of lithium-ion batteries.
Reported to be the largest ever wind farm in Australia, the MacIntyre complex will boost the Queensland Government's decarbonisation strategy, mobilising total investments of $1.96 billion.
The 58th Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition in Sydney will now take place on 29–30 September due to the potential impact of COVID-19.
The Manilla Solar Project will use H2Store — a UNSW-developed advanced hybrid battery storage system — to store hydrogen in 20-foot containers with an energy density of 17 MWh.
A new method that involves converting durian and jackfruit waste into supercapacitors that can charge mobile phones has just been developed.
Using photovoltaic elements on facades could be a useful way to supplement solar energy supply, new research suggests.
Within the chemical, pharmaceutical and process technology industry, system availability is absolutely critical and there must be no failures.
Arcadis will support Volt Advisory in designing a microgrid powered by 100% renewable energy sources on behalf of locally owned Daintree Renewable Energy.
A University of Queensland team has developed quantum dot solar cells that can be made into thin, flexible films and used to generate electricity.
Researchers have combined thermocell technology with a matched phase transition material, increasing the ability to harvest waste heat to power electronics.
Nine Western Sydney councils have launched the Western Sydney Energy Program — a strategy to slash emissions and boost energy savings for a more sustainable, affordable energy future.
The AHC has welcomed GHD as a Corporate Member to help build a hydrogen-based energy future for Australia.