Energy

Solar-powered gin production makes a sustainable G&T

10 March, 2021

Award-winning gin producer Four Pillars is progressing towards a greener future with the installation of a 65.88 kW rooftop solar system at its Healesville distillery.


Monash researchers use microalgae to make clean hydrogen

17 February, 2021

An international research team has used microalgae to produce hydrogen and methane with a significantly reduced carbon footprint.


Industry optimisation provides sustainable energy solutions

15 February, 2021

GEA SEnS is focusing on process and utility optimisation to help its customers benefit from energy savings of up to 30% and reductions in CO2 emissions by as much as 90 or even 100%.


Cool savings for the University of Sunshine Coast

05 February, 2021 | Supplied by: Veolia Australia and New Zealand

Keeping an entire university cool is no easy feat, especially in a warm climate, but the University of Sunshine Coast achieved this using a giant solar-powered 'water battery'.


FIMER PVS-10/33-TL three-phase string inverter solutions

27 January, 2021 | Supplied by: FIMER Australia

FIMER's PVS-10/33-TL three-phase string inverters are designed to meet the increasing demand for flexible solar energy solutions in commercial and industrial sectors.


Researchers produce 'green' ammonia

27 January, 2021

Chemical engineers have made 'green' ammonia from air, water and renewable electricity, without the high temperatures, high pressure and huge infrastructure currently needed to produce it.


SA Water unveils solar-powered pipeline

22 January, 2021

SA Water's Morgan–Whyalla Pipeline — which spans a large part of regional South Australia — is now powered by more than 19,000 solar panels.


Chili compound peps up solar panels

18 January, 2021

The compound that makes chili peppers spicy has been found to boost perovskite solar cell performance.


Study investigates Australian–German hydrogen supply chain

08 January, 2021

Scimita Ventures is a key partner in a study investigating the feasibility of an Australian–German supply chain for hydrogen produced from renewable energy.


$4.5m to drive Monash Uni sustainable energy initiatives

15 December, 2020 | Supplied by: Monash University

More than $4.5m in funding has been granted for two Monash University-led projects that will drive the global transition to a sustainable energy future.


Renewables still the cheapest new-build power in Australia

15 December, 2020

Solar and wind continue to be the cheapest source of energy in Australia, according to a new report from CSIRO.


Amazon announces new solar project in Victoria

15 December, 2020

Amazon has positioned itself as the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy, announcing 26 new global utility-scale wind and solar energy projects.


ABB equips solar farm for smooth grid integration

14 December, 2020

ABB synchronous condensers are enabling Darlington Point Solar Farm to feed a large amount of clean electricity into the local power network while maintaining grid stability and reliability.


First turbine installed at Mortlake South Wind Farm

08 December, 2020

A team of skilled personnel has successfully installed the first wind turbine of ACCIONA's Mortlake South Wind Farm project, erecting the installation over a four-day period.


Smart meter review investigates how to boost customer benefits

07 December, 2020

The Australian Energy Market Commission will conduct a smart meter review to increase uptake and help customers gain more benefits from advanced metering technology.


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