Professor Ken Maher and Jane Montgomery-Hribar, two of Australia's most pre-eminent built environment sustainability champions, have been awarded an Order of Australia.
Never before have we had access to as many sources of energy and power generation as we do today. The problem is that this is not translating to lower energy prices.
Energy networks' role in securing a more reliable, affordable and stable energy system has never been more critical, says Energy Networks Australia CEO Andrew Dillon.
The wheel benefits of a battery-powered future are available if Australia charges electrically forward otherwise we may be left spluttering.
Matt Genever will replace Jonathan Leake as the director of Sustainability Victoria's Resource Recovery Group.
A newly released discussion paper points to the significant positive impacts green space and biodiversity have on people and urban space.
As Australian consumers deploy more rooftop solar panels, electricity retailers and distributors are facing growing challenges around interoperability.
All 4 to 6 Star Green Star ratings will now feature on Commercial Real Estate's Building Profile pages.
A new media and events alliance is set to provide those working in tech and procurement roles across all levels of government with more quality content.
City of Fremantle residents who own renewable energy and alternative water systems are invited to take part in a new trial being led by Curtin University.
The total number of people employed in the sector has reached 10.3 million globally, surpassing the 10 million figure for the first time.
Free Electrons, the global energy start-up accelerator program that connects promising energy start-up companies with leading utility companies, is back for a second year.