Author: ESS

04
Oct

Building efficiency takes centre stage in Europe’s Sustainable Energy Week

It is Sustainable Energy Week in Europe, where the European Commission is running a series of…

04
Oct

Green homes are only as green as their users

New research out of Michigan State University has found that more than 50 per cent of…

04
Oct

Commercial building solar cooling leaps forward

CSIRO has revealed it is testing a commercial solar cooling system on the roof of Stockland’s…

04
Oct

Government announces new energy efficiency priority areas

Lighting, non-domestic fans, swimming pool pumps, commercial refrigerated storage and display cabinets, airconditioning, and domestic fridges…

04
Oct

Around the web: clean energy buildings, less cars, loofahs and batteries

Clean-energy buildings to power city A futuristic eco-city featuring buildings that operate as clean-energy power plants…

04
Oct

Aussie renewable energy storage market heating up

The renewable energy storage market is heating up, with utilities, solar providers and whole communities among…

04
Oct

The Greens’ public housing solar policy deserves serious consideration

As a mathematician there is always something exciting about any election campaign. Even though most of…

04
Oct

Alan Pears on Basslink blues and abatement buy-in

Is a second Basslink cable the best solution for Tasmania? And with the UN now trading…

04
Oct

Most Aussies want energy disclosure for homes ( & how it can add to values)

An overwhelming number of Australians support a national voluntary home energy efficiency disclosure system, which could…

04
Oct

Here’s a real challenge for Google’s Deep Mind: solving the Jevons Paradox

Google has announced that it has used Deep Mind, the neural network computing developed by its…