Are there enough rooftop surfaces for solar PV panels to generate affordable, low-carbon energy for everyone who needs it?
Like in Australia, most UK homes leak heat like a sieve and are hungry for gas, putting them on the front line of exposure to price shocks. It doesn’t have to be that way.
New research shows we need better support for the millions of Australian households and businesses that have invested in new, clean energy technologies.
Research has found there are many incentives to remove rooftop solar panels prematurely, adding to Australia’s massive waste problem.
Australia prides itself on being a world leader in household solar but until now we have not fully appreciated the safety risks.
Community renewables are the ideal way to generate local investment, build stronger rural economies and ensure the benefits of the energy transition are shared by all.
To speed the transition to zero carbon emissions, the world must think bigger and focus on designing or redeveloping entire communities that are zero energy.
UK researchers are working on a new type of smart solar cell that can adapt to the amount of available light, meaning it can work indoors.
A study of the websites of Australia’s largest-volume home builders has revealed how they explain energy efficiency to potential buyers. Here’s what it found.
Bushfires, storms and floods regularly leave thousands of Australian homes and businesses without power. So how can we build a better, more resilient – and more climate friendly – system?