A final report from an expert panel has set out guidelines to ban embedded networks in new residential buildings...
The Tasmanian Government has called for submissions following the release of a new draft Bioenergy Vision for Tasmania, which...
By Igor Sadimenko, EY Oceania Power & Utilities Leader The latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI) reveals...
A new global report has shown that, despite the emergence of renewables and low-carbon technologies as the energy economies...
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Queensland’s Kidston pumped hydro storage project has kicked-off construction with tunnel digging at the site.
A pilot technology in the Macedon Ranges will instantly detect and cut off electricity to broken powerlines before they touch the ground.
Australia is set to export its first shipment of liquid hydrogen from Victoria to Japan, following the arrival of the Suiso Frontier carrier.
A recent report has found that machine learning algorithms are key to managing the increasing levels of solar PV in the energy grid.
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Antaisolar secures 100MW solar racking supply deal with DINGJING COMBINE December 1, 2021
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Darryl Reichelt’s leadership mantra: guide, mentor and grow November 29, 2021
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Waste-to-energy: tapping into new technologies November 24, 2021
The Asia-Pacific waste-to-energy market (WTE) is predicted to grow at an annual ...
Consumers at the heart of energy digital transformation November 23, 2021
As the energy industry continues to undergo a transformation period like never b...
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