Brisbane, Adelaide, Ipswich, the Sunshine Coast and Canterbury-Bankstown have been shortlisted for the top prize at the inaugural Australian Smart Cities Awards.
The $20 million Origin Energy Virtual Power Plant is expected to distribute power from up to 650 customers with solar PV and batteries during peak periods.
Some of Australia's most recognisable brands were recognised at the APCO Awards for their ongoing commitment to sustainable packaging.
Packaging manufacturer Plantic Technologies has triumphed at the Coles Supplier Awards by taking home the trophy for Sustainable and Ethical Excellence.
Spending on smart city technology is expected to reach US$135 billion by 2021, says analyst IDC. But if you think smart cities are all about tech, think again.
Companies may be cherrypicking sustainability measures that make them look good, while variation in what's reported makes comparisons across firms impossible.
Archer Exploration has collaborated with UNSW on the development of full-cell lithium-ion batteries, made with graphite mined from Campoona, South Australia.
ABB and Xylem made the top 10 companies on Fortune magazine's 2018 Change the World list due to their positive impact on the environment.
Australian and international Internet of Things (IoT) experts will gather at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) next month at IoT Impact 2018.
ISO 50001, the flagship international standard for improving energy performance, has been updated for the first time since its launch in 2011.
Smart Cities Week will be held at the Hilton Sydney from 29–31 October 2018, where it will seek to showcase the world's most dynamic smart cities market.
HPE is building a new supercomputer for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, said to be more energy efficient and more powerful than the current system.
ACM Parts was awarded for the development and implementation of an end-of-life vehicle sustainability program to decrease the volume of waste released to landfill.
The Coalition party room has approved Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's plan for a National Energy Guarantee, following a debate that lasted almost two and a half hours.
Environmental, social, corporate governance and ethics considerations now sit alongside financial as critical components informing the decisions of Australian investors.