Energy rating profiles for more than 5,500 apartment developments across Australia found some clusters of apartments well below the complex as a whole.
Victoria Labor government expands Solar Homes subsidy to broaden access to rebates for the installation of solar and electric hot water systems.
Andrews Labor government rolls out grants for community organisations to help reduce energy usage and emissions, with $1.8m available for solar, batteries and efficiency measures.
Amber Electric is opening up its SmartShift demand response platform to customers across Australia after a successful South Australia trial – including a big windfall for one battery owner.
In the absence of government leadership there is plenty we can do as a community and help one another in decarbonising our suburbs and our cities.
The latest national ranking of Australia’s electricity retailers' green credentials has sent Powershop tumbling down the order.
The Australian start up that in September achieved a new benchmark for solar cell efficiency has this week notched up another major new milestone, with the production of its first ever full-size solar panel.
McDonald's UK opens new restaurant powered by on-site wind turbines and solar panels – a blueprint for all of its new-build restaurants to be net zero carbon by 2030.
Major new report says Australian households could slash their bills by up to $3.2 billion by 2035 with the accelerated uptake of cost-reflective tariffs and incentives.
New research warns gas brand is “strong and stubborn”, and that asking people to give it up – either for economic or environmental reasons – is the wrong way to push for electrification.
A post-pandemic reboot of plans to build a 48-level office tower in Melbourne’s CBD will feature a “solar skin” made up of vertical glass PV panels, that will generate 20% of the building’s power.
A new report out of Victoria has found that Melbourne households with an average 6-Star efficiency rating and no rooftop solar could save more than $700 a year in one (should be) simple move.
City of Melbourne will go all-electric in all of its local government buildings, quitting gas within the coming 10 years, as part of a new plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2040.
New discussion paper outlines how much Australian households can save if they electrify everything, including the cars, the heating, the hot water and the cooking.
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.