Australia's energy system is no longer centralised but made up of a mix of traditional and distributed energy sources. What does this mean for the nation's energy industry?
ABB has won contracts to supply charging infrastructure to a network of 40 public electric buses in Singapore.
Siemens has announced the return of its annual digitalisation conference.
The UNSW Energy Institute has appointed Justine Jarvinen as its CEO, with the key role of facilitating partnerships between industry and government bodies with UNSW's leading energy researchers.
Australia's energy mix is expected to undergo radical change. This will be explored at the 2019 Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition.
Emissions-free transport in Scandinavia has received a boost following the opening of a flagship ultra-fast electric vehicle charging station in Fredericia, Denmark.
A new technology involving a modified construction crane, an electric motor and 35-tonne bricks is providing long-duration energy storage.
To improve sustainability and efficiency, Boral Cement has installed a specialised automated handling crane at its Berrima Cement Works facility.
Robert Morgan from GE Renewable Energy says that resistance to change is a key obstacle to renewable storage technology integrating with the grid.
Schneider Electric has partnered with JET Charge to supply Nissan Australia's electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment.
A climate bond, claimed to be an Australian first, is giving investors access to Australia's burgeoning rooftop solar and small-scale energy storage market.
C-COAT is a liquid waterproofing and thermal insulation coating made from microscopic, ceramic balls and air-filled silicon balls.
The Australian Government will provide additional investment in energy efficiency, with a clear focus on improving the energy and emissions performance of buildings.
Improving the energy efficiency of Australian homes and businesses would slash $7.7 billion a year off energy bills and create the equivalent of 120,000 full-time jobs.
The GenCost report estimates the cost to generate electricity from new power plants in Australia — with solar and wind technologies found to cost the lowest amount.