Delta Energy Systems has received a $210,000 grant from the Victorian Government for an 18-month research project on EV charging.
SICK Australia & New Zealand has announced the appointment of David Crossley as its new Managing Director.
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.
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.
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.
One of Adelaide's largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University's Bedford Park campus.
Luxaflex Window Fashions has revealed a 2080-strong solar panel installation on the roof of its Sydney manufacturing facility.
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.
Researchers made flakes of phosphorene, a 2D form of phosphorus only a few atoms thick, in the hope of boosting the energy capacity of dye-sensitised solar cells.
AUMA is now producing the SAC actuator in a variable speed version with an onboard inverter. This inverter allows starting and speed regulation of the actuator without the problem of 'locked rotor current', which is fundamental for direct on line motors.
Said to be the largest of its kind in Australia, Wetherill Park's new resource recovery facility will transform non-recyclable waste into processed engineering fuel (PEF).