This year's Bioenergy Innovation Awards celebrated the industry's innovators at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane as part of the Bioenergy Strong 2019 two-day conference.
Bioenergy Australia has welcomed the government's commitment to develop a roadmap to boost Australia's bioenergy sector.
A community in Melbourne's western growth corridor is launching a smart solar package across its townhouse offering, helping residents to save up to 80% on their electricity bills.
SUEZ-ResourceCo's Wingfield facility is celebrating the production of 1 million tonnes of alternative fuel, a process that has diverted more than 2 million tonnes of waste from landfill.
The government has announced a $1 billion Grid Reliability Fund, but some have concerns about the Underwriting New Generation Investments (UNGI) program.
Croissant making has inspired a research team from Queen Mary University of London to solve a sustainable energy problem.
RedEarth has earned CEC approval for its residential SunRise Home Battery system — an Australian outdoor-rated, plug-and-play battery system that stores excess solar electricity for use after sundown.
Australian motorists will soon be able to charge their electric vehicles (EVs) up to four times faster with the release of what is claimed to be the world's first two-in-one solar inverter and EV charger.
CSIRO has developed solar-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging technology that connects EV charging stations with energy generated by rooftop solar panels.
A battery concept adopting an anode and cathode made of aluminium and anthraquinone could result in lower production costs and environmental impacts.
ABB has won a contract to deliver and commission integrated smart charging points for automated guided vehicles (AGV) at the new Tuas port in Singapore.
Ten public buildings in Yackandandah, Victoria have switched to solar, taking the town another step closer to reaching its 100% renewable energy target.