It is a relief to see state-based climate plans beginning to solidify into real policy action – plans that actually lower emissions, while putting ‘guard rails’ around the growth of energy technologies.
Despite being an easy, cheap way to drive down power costs and emissions, energy efficiency has been glaringly absent from Australian government policies. Has the switch flipped?
Tough new gas standards in Europe might revoke the ‘transition fuel’ label for gas. How does Australia fare?
Managing solar PV modules at end of life will not be a limitation on the replacement of fossil fuels by renewable energy. Here’s why.
Compressed air systems, often called ‘the fourth utility’ after electricity, gas and water and used in drying, assembly, blow moulding and paint spraying, are often shockingly inefficient.
ASX-listed ClearVue inks deal to have its solar glass units integrated with the ultra-energy-efficient building component system of leading US construction materials company.
Soil Carbon Company raises $10m in funding round backed by the investment vehicle of tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes and the federal government’s green bank.
The grid needs additional flexible capacity from alternate sources such as VPPs for stability, to reduce power prices and prevent broader outages. And they deliver unique benefits to hospitals.
Federal government’s HomeBuilder package slammed as “wasted opportunity” to push for basic efficiency measures that could slash living costs and emissions at the same time.
Australians have led the world in solar installations on their rooftops, but lag way behind in terms of what they do under the roof. And it’s costing them dearly.