In: General News

23
Feb

Gamification could help to reduce peak energy use

Research out of Europe has found that gamification could help to reduce electricity consumption during peak…

25
Jan

GreenSync on expansion path following finance boost

Smart grid tech start-up GreenSync will extend its Australian services and expand internationally following a $11.5…

13
Dec

Energy certificates group new president keen to see more progress

The Energy Efficiency Certificate Creators Association has a new president, Hamish McGovern, managing director of Wattly….

13
Dec

How energy retrofits are getting easier

The retrofitting game is getting easier. The price of technology and energy-efficient plant trending down in…

06
Dec

A net zero grid will save us over $100 billion

Creating a net zero electricity grid by 2050 is not only technically possible, it will save…

16
Nov

Record renewables now in the grid

Renewable energy supplied 21.7 per cent of grid energy in October, the highest figure since complete…

28
Oct

Solar tariffs good news in Vic

Victoria’s residential solar owners have cause to celebrate, with a Victorian government announcement that feed-in tariffs…

14
Oct

China’s energy efficiency boom a multi-billion-dollar opportunity for Oz

Australia is perfectly placed to take advantage of growing demand for energy efficiency products and services in…

14
Oct

We need better alignment between energy and building policy

The energy and property industries must come out of their silos to work on solutions to…

14
Oct

Alan Pears on Australia’s energy market mess

Alan Pears takes a closer look at the interesting energy picture post the election. The energy…