Australia's first ever Smart Cities Awards were presented as part of Smart Cities Week, held in Sydney from 28–31 October.
Built by Hivve Technology, the portable classroom is powered by a combination of rooftop solar and a Tesla Powerwall 2 battery.
The Code for Smart Communities is a benchmark for urban development practices across greenfield communities, urban regeneration precincts and diverse institutional campuses.
The Decentralised Energy Exchange has commenced the rollout of a platform that connects distributed energy resources and virtual power plants to existing markets.
Groundwater contamination could be among many possible impacts of unconventional gas production.
Energy Hack brings together students and professionals from all walks of life to look into the future and drive innovation towards stable, abundant and affordable energy for Australians.
Community groups, schools and organisations secured the funds as part of the 2018 SUEZ Community Grants Program, which provides individual grants of up to $15,000.
The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) has teamed with Ramboll to develop a tool to rate the resource efficiency of projects in Australia.
A new initiative aimed at developing a roadmap for a sustainable food and land use system for Australia has been launched by economist Professor Jeffrey Sachs.
Four innovative bioenergy projects and Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have received top honours at the inaugural Bioenergy Innovation Awards.
From driverless vehicle trials and utopian visions of on-demand transport to dire news about predicted job losses, automated vehicles (AVs) are making news.
More than 8500 visitors attended this year's All-Energy Australia Exhibition and Conference, exploring the latest in government policies, renewables and clean energy technology.
An art installation comprising 2255 orange spheres made from 120 kg of ocean debris has been suspended from the ceiling of Sydney's Customs House.