GUEST OPINION: The growing popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) has created a range of opportunities for traditional utilities to capitalize on. Since the electrification of transportation has emerged as an urgent societal need, traditional utilities have taken note and are now beginning to create innovative solutions that can benefit their customers, the environment, and their bottom line.

Red Hat has announced its ambition to achieve net-zero operational greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, to aid in combatting the global climate crisis.

Sensibo has released its first climate impact summary and found the impact of smart HVAC systems in 2022 had the effect of mitigating the effect of 15,376 fossil fuel-powered vehicles from the road for the year, saving 212GwH of energy.

Gas and electricity distributor Powerco has selected AI-driven network Juniper Networks and IT and network transformation services provider NEC to design and deploy new Wi-Fi network across its sites nationwide.

UK-based renewable energy company, Hive Energy has invested A$1.6 million in Australia-based Carbon280 alongside Woodside Energy, a UK green energy developer.

The Australian Digital Health Agency is strengthening My Health Record protections through a new mandatory conformance profile for clinical information systems, including those used in GP clinics, pharmacies and allied health services, connected to the My Health Record system.

Australian energy provider Origin Energy has deployed Boomi AtomSphere platform to ‘supercharge’ its application modernisation strategy.

Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has published an assessment of twelve carbon sequestration technologies and the role they could play in helping Australia reach net zero emissions.

 Dyson, well-known for its vacuums and hair dryers, has announced its first-ever headphones will be coming out in January, and it's no slouch. The Dyson Zone headphones will come with advanced noise-cancelling, full-spectrum audio, ultra-low distortion, and a detachable visor to provide high-efficiency air purification to tackle pollution on the go.

Smaller electricity retailers are finding it harder to manage their exposure to high and volatile wholesale electricity prices, and declining competition in the retail market could further increase energy prices for consumers and businesses, the ACCC warns in its latest Electriity Market Inquiry Report.




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