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.
UNSW's Professor Martin Green has received the Global Energy Prize, in recognition of his research, development and educational activities in the field of photovoltaics.
The report 'Planning Your CSR Strategy and Making it Work for Your Business' pinpoints the challenges businesses face in implementing CSR/sustainability programs.
WMAA CEO Gayle Sloan represented industry in a public hearing on Queensland's Waste Reduction and Recycling (Waste Levy) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill.
Breaking the bonds between oxygen and hydrogen in water could be a key to the creation of hydrogen in a sustainable manner.
The Distributed Energy Integration Program will see the whole of the energy industry working together to harness the potential of consumer-owned energy.
The operators of some of Sydney's most popular venues have caught the sustainability bug, implementing technologies and procedures to reduce waste, emissions and costs.
A virtual power plant from Reposit Power has been recognised as one of the most innovative and outstanding engineering projects of 2018.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities has tabled its report on the development of cities, calling for a national plan of settlement.