The Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) has equipped Aireys Inlet Community Centre in Victoria’s surf coast region with solar power capability as part of its $1 million Solar in the Regions community investment program.
Eco-friendly, universal, scalable wireless docking stations for all popular e-scooters with management functions and extra safety capabilities has arrived and is coming to a city near you.
Energy and telecommunications customer services provider AGL is expanding its Electric Vehicle (EV) subscription service to Adelaide.
The competition watchdog the ACCC has granted authorisation for a joint renewable energy purchasing group led by Equinix, where applicants will pool their demand and collectively tender and negotiate to purchase power from a solar or wind electricity generation facility in Australia.
Samsung is one of the world's biggest global technology powerhouses, and maker of the most popular Android ecosystem, and alongside its new third-gen foldable smartphones, launched its new "Galaxy for the Planet" initiative which outlines the company's "commitment to acting more sustainably across its mobile product lifecycles and business operations."
Australian energy company and smart energy innovator carbonTRACK has secured a share of $25.1 million in innovation funding to accelerate the commercialisation of its energy management technology.
More greenhouse gases were produced in 2018 than any previous year, despite more than 20 countries reducing their carbon emissions since 2000, research from UNSW Sydney and their collaborators has shown.
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.
New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has issued a warning to power company Genesis Energy about billing errors concerning electricity line charges to business customers.
Global professional services firm Accenture has acquired Australia’s Electro 80, a leading provider of operational technology (OT) for resources clients in Australia, including mining, energy, engineering, construction and utilities companies.
Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has joined forces with Australia’s Deakin University to develop a strategic action plan for research, innovation and skill development.
Sales practices in Australia’s domestic travel sector, competition in aviation and the conduct of some caravan manufacturers - along with sales issues with digital platforms, energy and telecommunications and other business and industry sectors - have been laid out by Australia’s competition and consumer watchdog, the ACCC, in its compliance and enforcement priorities for 2021.
For years now, companies have teased the ability to charge devices truly wirelessly, receiving power through the air like your device receives Wi-Fi, but despite new demos from Xiaomi and Lenovo's Motorola last week, you can't buy an air charger yet.
A network of regional hydrogen technology clusters has been unveiled across Australia, as part of a drive to establish a nationwide hydrogen cluster.
Victorian electricity distributor, CitiPower, and the Yarra Energy Foundation (YEF) have signed a new agreement in a move they say will unlock the potential of community-scale battery storage in the Melbourne CBD and inner-city suburbs.
Thirty-five thousand Australian premises are yet to be connected to the national broadband network, but Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has declared that the network is "built and fully operational".
The RACV has announced a $1 million investment in solar and battery installations for bushfire-prone areas of Victoria over the next two years, in a move it says will improve safety for isolated communities that could otherwise be cut off from power and communications during emergencies.
Some technologies, like laser printers, can have high energy and environmental costs, but new “ground-breaking research” shows that the latest tech can significantly reduce those costs - while delivering other genuinely useful tech improvements.
Scientists from the University of Sydney have created a water-splitting catalyst that needs less energy to produce pure hydrogen than earlier catalysts, the organisation says.
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