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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…

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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…

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Commercial building solar cooling leaps forward

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

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Government announces new energy efficiency priority areas

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

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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…

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Aussie renewable energy storage market heating up

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Why even our premium grade buildings are failing on efficiency

There’s a story going around that a building lauded by many as one of Sydney’s most…

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Lismore pushes go button on community-funded solar farms

In brief: Lismore City Council has approved tenders for what are believed to be the first…

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