Cloud security specialist Zscaler has appointed Heng Mok to the role of CISO for Asia Pacific.
Energy and telecommunications customer services provider AGL is expanding its Electric Vehicle (EV) subscription service to Adelaide.
Australian smart energy innovator carbonTRACK has appointed technology veteran Brenton Spear as chief executive officer to work alongside founder Spiros Livadaras to drive the company’s global growth.
Energy and telecommunications customer services provider AGL and Australian energy technology group RayGen have joined forces to begin construction of a $27 million concentrated solar and thermal storage project.
Energy provider AGL AGL has entered into agreements to acquire two of Australia’s largest commercial solar businesses - Epho and Solgen Energy Group - from private equity firm Anchorage Capital Partners.
Energy provider AGL has expanded its Electric Vehicle (EV) subscription service to Brisbane, in a move it says provides Queenslanders with the opportunity to experience the benefits of an EV without the commitment of ownership.
Automated testing reduces test time in Australia for AGL
GUEST OPINION by Thomas Hadorn, Managing Director, Tricentis APAC: Software testing doesn’t get much attention in the media and it’s considered by many as an inconsequential back room element of the IT world, yet it represents nearly 30 percent of IT budgets according to the 2019-2020 World Quality Report. And as we’ve seen from high profile software crashes around the world, there is no doubt it’s even more critical today than ever before.
Construction technology provider Render has appointed Joshua Dawson as its vice president of finance.
The Federal Government has announced a trial of charging technologies for electric vehicles that will be made available to households.
Energy company AGL has launched a suite of broadband products as part of its stated strategy to evolve into a multi-product retailer operating across energy, data and telecommunications.
Australian energy provider AGL has announced a number of smart home kits that it claims will help people cut down on energy use by automating functions.
Mobile virtual network operator amaysim has sold its energy services division to AGL for a sum of $115 million in cash, according to an announcement made to the ASX on Monday morning.
Melbourne based renewable energy startup RayGen has been allocated $3 million in funding by the Australian Renewable Agency (ARENA) to conduct a technical and commercial feasibility study for a 4 MW “solar hydro” power plant to be built in north-western Victoria.
Australian carbon capture and storage research organisation CO2CRC has delivered the first major component of a hydrogen refining plant to AGL’s Loy Yang facility in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley.
Australia's fourth largest telecommunications operator Vocus Communications has lost another suitor, with AGL Energy announcing on Monday that it had withdrawn its non-binding, indicative proposal to acquire the firm.
Swedish private equity firm EQT Infrastructure has ended talks with Vocus Communications over a possible takeover which valued the company at A$3.3 billion, the Australian firm says.
The ACCC has warned of scammers impersonating energy and telecommunications providers and demanding payments in the wake of thousands of fake billing scams costing consumers losses of nearly $8000.
AGL Energy has announced it is bringing Amazon Alexa voice control to its customers, allowing them to easily manage their energy at home.
Energy company AGL is building a “virtual” power plant in metropolitan Adelaide using what is says are “intelligent” solar batteries installed on 1000 homes.
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