Energy

Partnership to cut carbon emissions in infrastructure assets

12 April, 2018 by

The IFM Australian Infrastructure Fund is working with the CEFC to reduce carbon emissions at some of the nation's leading infrastructure assets.


Compressed air system for cardboard packaging facility

11 April, 2018 by | Supplied by: Kaeser Compressors Australia

Oji Fibre Solutions opted for an energy-efficient Kaeser compressed air system for its Green Star-rated corrugated cardboard packaging manufacturing facility.


Are our cities ready to go renewable?

10 April, 2018 by

The City of Adelaide will host the third Renewable Cities Australia forum and electric vehicle workshop — an event that will share innovations and successes achieved in urban areas across Australia.


Selectronic Select.live remote monitoring portal

10 April, 2018 by | Supplied by: Selectronic Australia Pty Ltd

Select.live is a remote monitoring portal from Selectronic that can be integrated with any single-phase renewable energy storage system that uses a Selectronic SP PRO inverter.


Pathways to decarbonisation in the water sector

10 April, 2018 by Brendan Tapley, Associate Director – Sustainability | Supplied by: WSP Australia Pty Limited

There are a variety of challenges facing the water sector, not least of which is dealing with climate change.


Vertiv Liebert ITA2 uninterruptible power supply

09 April, 2018 by | Supplied by: Vertiv Co

Vertiv has introduced the Liebert ITA2 uninterruptible power supply (UPS), a robust, efficient solution for various IT and non-IT applications. The product comes in 5–10 and 16–20 kVA capacities and provides comprehensive power protection.


Hotel car charging station fuelled by solar power

06 April, 2018 by

The Schwartz Hotel Group has transformed the rooftop of the Mercure Sydney into a major solar energy receptor, which will help power its electric car charging station.


Taking renewables to the next level for industry

05 April, 2018 by Carolyn Jackson

Demand-side management together with digital technology could help industry further capitalise on renewables.


Waste Management workshop converting diesel trucks into EVs

03 April, 2018 by

Waste Management NZ has opened New Zealand's first workshop dedicated to converting diesel trucks into electric vehicles.


Want to improve short-term forecasting for wind and solar?

29 March, 2018 by

ARENA is seeking proposals for projects that will deliver '5-minute ahead' forecasts for large-scale wind and solar farms across Australia.


Second virtual power plant coming to Adelaide

28 March, 2018 by

ARENA has announced its support for an Adelaide-based virtual power plant — a network of battery systems installed behind the meter that can be collectively controlled.


ABB to upgrade two critical Australian HVDC links

28 March, 2018 by | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

ABB has won a $30m order to replace the control and protection systems for two vital high-voltage transmission links that were initially installed nearly two decades ago.


Large-scale batteries to be connected to the Victorian grid

23 March, 2018 by

Together, the two lithium-ion batteries will deliver 55 MW of power and provide approximately 80 MWh of energy storage capacity.


Bendigo mineshafts could store renewable energy, says study

21 March, 2018 by

A pre-feasibility study has proven it is technically feasible and economically viable to store renewable energy using Bendigo's empty mineshafts.


Solar power successfully shared in mini grid trial

13 March, 2018 by

A mini grid trial in Victoria has passed a new milestone, demonstrating that batteries and solar shared on the network can be orchestrated to nearby homes during power outages.


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