A comprehensive portfolio of residential and commercial electrical vehicle chargers has been launched by solar inverter manufacturer FIMER.
Green Building Council of Australia has launched Green Star Buildings — the first of a new suite of Green Star Future Focus tools.
The water industry is increasingly adopting an integrated approach that aims to optimise assets, improve catchment health and deliver better value for customers, but what is next?
Peter Tamblyn from Close the Loop discusses circular economy innovation.
Chargefox has completed a network of ultrarapid electric vehicle charging stations across seven sites in regional Victoria.
Professor Ani Desai's Young Tall Poppy award recognises his dedication to finding technological solutions to real-world problems.
A more sustainable model based on a circular economic framework could ease financial recovery while also working towards achieving net zero carbon targets.
On the eve of International E-Waste Day, Australians are being urged to invest in good-quality rooftop solar systems that will stand the test of time.
A five-year program aims to integrate essential bodies of knowledge, research communities, novel insights and actions that can contribute to circular economy success in New Zealand.
According to ISCA, the federal government's latest Budget will pave the way for resilient and sustainable infrastructure.
Sekisui House Australia's four Queensland projects have achieved or are targeting a minimum 5 Star Green Star certification from the Green Building Council of Australia.
Waste management and resource recovery professionals will migrate online for this year's Waste Expo Australia to help strengthen the sector during these changing times.
Energy Efficiency Expo, the comprehensive trade exhibition and conference, will launch a virtual conference in October to address energy productivity and affordability.
All-Energy Australia 2020 will take its highly anticipated conference online this year to continue supporting Australia's transition to a clean energy future.
The COVID-19 outbreak has had an impact on transportation but is this change temporary, or does it hint at a deeper, more long-term shift?