Macquarie Data Centres is using Submer cooling technology, which is designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions of the data centre.
A report from the Australian Energy Market Operator has shown that Australia's transition to net zero is accelerating faster than expected.
Procell has developed a calculator to help businesses identify hidden costs and environmental impacts of replacing batteries.
For over thirty-five years, Citect delivered innovative, reliable, and flexible SCADA software that enabled companies across the globe to optimize industrial processes, improve situational awareness, and make real-time decisions based on accurate information.
There could be many sustainable construction opportunities in 2022 thanks to a boom accelerated by the growth of e-commerce and logistics.
As complexity of managing electrical asset increases across facilities of every size, ensuring reliability of such equipment in the long term becomes crucial.
KELLER AG für Druckmesstechnik is now presenting a new short film that offers some very personal insights into the heart of the company.
AVEVA Vice President Damien McDade discusses how software and technology enablement can play a key role in incorporating sustainability initiatives.
The Co-Founder of EHS software company Donesafe talks about the evolving health and safety requirements resulting from more flexible work arrangements.
Mark Ferguson talks about the opportunities in 2022 and how Kaishan is working towards 'engineering the future' and reducing energy cost.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has released its Bioenergy Roadmap which lays out a vision for a sustainable bioenergy industry.
Australian states, territories and businesses are trailblazers in shifting towards renewable energy and developing plans to reach net zero emissions.
The Water and Wastewater industry is currently grappling with issues such as high operational expense, unsustainable energy consumption and water loss levels, and an aging and shrinking workforce.
The facility will enable scientists to develop the next generation of advanced materials to achieve a more sustainable future for society.
Reforms designed to inject more small-scale solar into the grid have been finalised by the Australian Energy Market Commission.