The future holds big opportunities and big risks for the electricity industry, especially in the complex consumer side of the meter.
Category: Smart Buildings
SA govt seeks proposals to develop potential 3.6MW solar array for the huge, iconic rooftop of a repurposed car manufacturing plant south of Adelaide.
CEC report says Victoria could easily adjust solar and energy efficiency policy to save hundreds of millions in costs, boost jobs and cut emissions.
Team UOW’s net-zero energy Illawarra Flame House – based on a converted fibro shack – wins another award, this time for engineering excellence.
Water filtration technology that mimics a whale; stronger, lighter concrete; a system that shuts off power when it gets too expensive. More competitors in the 2014 Australian Technologies Competition.
ACT government releases framework for carbon neutrality in own operations by 2020, ahead of plans for whole of Canberra to be carbon neutral by 2060.
The energy retrofit at the Empire State Building has changed the trajectory of energy use in buildings.
A 15-storey, B-grade commercial office building in Sydney will reduce its energy use by 30% thanks to financing from the CEFC through an EUA.
What if there was a proven way to store vast amounts of energy at capital costs lower than what battery technologists hope they might achieve in 20 years?
The 2014 World Cup has fallen short of its lofty environmental goals. But its legacy could be a shift in how global sporting events address social injustice