Sustainability > Energy

ALDI hits 100% renewable energy target ahead of schedule

16 June, 2021

ALDI has become the first supermarket in Australia to have all offices, stores and warehouses powered solely by renewable electricity sources.

Woolworths says 'Yass' to renewable energy

08 June, 2021

Woolworths Group has partnered with CWP Renewables on a 10-year agreement to purchase power generated by Bango Wind Farm, currently under construction near Yass.

Jellies just got more sustainable

03 May, 2021

Cadbury, Pascall and The Natural Confectionery Co. treats can now be enjoyed with the knowledge that they're made using 100% renewable electricity.

Green power for major SA water pipeline

28 April, 2021

More than 7300 solar panels are now powering one of SA Water's major drinking water pipelines between the River Murray and Barossa Valley.

Protect-Air EcoReg preset fluid regulator

01 March, 2021

The EcoReg preset fluid regulator is made of Grivory GV-5 FWA and stainless steel, making it suitable for use in areas such as drinking water and the food industry.

MyTown Microgrid: establishing a community model for sustainable energy

26 February, 2021

A microgrid feasibility project in Victoria is combining smart technologies with intensive local engagement to design a more sustainable and equitable local energy model.

Networks gear up for electric vehicle grid demands

10 February, 2021

ARENA has announced $1.6 million in funding to Jemena to undertake a residential electric vehicle charging trial with four other electricity networks in the ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.

Regional NSW ripe for local EV manufacturing hub

09 February, 2021

A local manufacturing hub in an established NSW regional centre, such as Lithgow, would speed up the NSW Government's electric vehicle vision for the state.

Solving the sustainability challenge: building management system

01 February, 2021

Solving the sustainability challenge may require us to rethink the role of a building management system (BMS).

Build energy efficiency into our recovery plans

29 January, 2021 by Gareth O’Reilly*

Many buildings are energy inefficient, but there are solutions that could cut their emissions significantly while stimulating the economy.

Report details reforms for National Electricity Market's future

06 January, 2021

The Energy Security Board has released details on the future direction of the NEM, identifying four areas of reform to address key challenges facing Australia's electricity supply.

Buildings can help create a sustainable future

27 November, 2020 by Paul Crothers

Smart, digitised buildings of the future are about much more than cost and comfort — they can lead us towards a carbon-neutral world.

Environment Victoria welcomes unprecedented energy efficiency investment

18 November, 2020

Environment Victoria has welcomed the state government's $797 million package of measures to boost energy efficiency in the state.

NSW Government releases ambitious renewable energy roadmap

10 November, 2020

The Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap outlines policy and financial support for renewable energy and battery storage projects in NSW. It has evoked both praise and concern.

Partners develop underground EV charging stations for mines

06 November, 2020

Siemens and mining services supplier Murray Engineering have developed a high-powered electric vehicle charging station for use at mines — below and above ground.

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