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The trials of trigen revealed

Trigeneration and cogeneration technology was once the go-to technology for buildings whose owners wanted strong Green…

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Gamification could help to reduce peak energy use

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

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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…

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How energy retrofits are getting easier

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

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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….

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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…

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Record renewables now in the grid

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

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Energy efficiency is too powerful for a Cinderella role

Historically energy efficiency has been the energy sector’s Cinderella – while coal, gas and renewables go…

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Solar tariffs good news in Vic

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

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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…

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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…

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Alan Pears on Australia’s energy market mess

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

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