Energy

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.


37 signatories join Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment

14 September, 2018

The founding signatories of the World Building Council's Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment include 11 businesses, 22 cities and four states and regions.


Distributed energy opportunities in the property sector

13 September, 2018

'Distributed energy in the property sector — today's opportunities' looks at a broad range of technologies and indicates that are best suited to different property types.


Unlocking the energy savings potential of your compressed air system

13 September, 2018 | Supplied by: Kaeser Compressors Australia

Any facility that relies on compressed air as a source of energy will know that compressed air is a significant consumer of electricity.


Aus not yet on track to reach 2030 emissions target: report

06 September, 2018

A new report from ClimateWorks Australia finds that Australia is not yet on track to meet its emissions reduction targets under the Paris Agreement.


NetComm NTC-100 Industrial IoT device

05 September, 2018 | Supplied by: NetComm Wireless Limited

The NetComm NTC-100 Industrial IoT product allows businesses to connect all low-power, low-bandwidth devices to LTE networks.


New managing director at SICK Australia & New Zealand

03 September, 2018 | Supplied by: SICK Pty Ltd

SICK Australia & New Zealand has announced the appointment of David Crossley as its new Managing Director.


Delta, Nissan and CSIRO collaborate on EV charging research

03 September, 2018

Delta Energy Systems has received a $210,000 grant from the Victorian Government for an 18-month research project on EV charging.


Blueprint for a competitive hydrogen industry released

30 August, 2018

The National Hydrogen Roadmap sets out a path to develop the action and investment plans required to realise the full benefits of a hydrogen economy.


Sawmill residue could be turned into renewable diesel

28 August, 2018

A proposed biorefinery at the Boral Timber Hardwood Sawmill could convert up to 50,000 tonnes of sawmill residue produced each year into renewable diesel and bitumen.


Grid-scale battery storage facility launches in NZ

24 August, 2018

Tesla's Powerpack battery is part of an ambitious project to test the direct integration of battery energy storage with New Zealand's electricity grid.


Almost 6000 solar panels to help power Flinders University

23 August, 2018 | Supplied by: Flinders University

One of Adelaide's largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University's Bedford Park campus.


Window coverings facility powered by 2000+ solar panels

20 August, 2018

Luxaflex Window Fashions has revealed a 2080-strong solar panel installation on the roof of its Sydney manufacturing facility.


Six weeks of solar savings for the City of Swan

20 August, 2018 | Supplied by: City of Swan

The City of Swan has knocked thousands of dollars off its energy bill and significantly reduced its CO2 emissions, following the installation of new rooftop solar panel systems.


Victoria's Smart Homes program promises rebates on solar

20 August, 2018

Victorians can expect to start saving on solar, with the state government announcing a 50% rebate on solar panel systems and a $1000 rebate on solar hot water systems.


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