With the emergence of advanced, smarter technology, consumers can now make more informed choices about energy usage and “prosumers” -resulting in a two way directional flow of power.
Tag: "energy efficiency"
Greens launch $240m plan to fit 421,000 public housing units with 2kW solar, bringing advantages of rooftop PV to 800,000+ Australians living in low-income housing.
CEFC teams with Westpac and energy services company Verdia to help Australian businesses with energy saving, electric vehicles.
Victoria’s Energy Efficiency mark hasn’t disappointed, with considerable price movements alongside strong trading volumes, coinciding with the scheme’s successful transition from a largely residential focus, to a far more commercial one.
While the Budget made major spending commitments for transport, health, education and domestic violence, funding for clean energy was much more modest
SA govt Entrepreneurs Prize offers $250k in seed funding for best energy, transport, waste, infrastructure ideas to make Adelaide world’s first carbon neutral city.
Japan’s power-sector transformation continues with a 2.7 per cent decline in electricity demand over 2015.
University of Melbourne hopes to cut grid electricity use by 8% using CEFC finance to install voltage optimisation technology, solar and wind micro-turbines.