New research finds emissions from household water use are on a par with aviation – and the big cuts and savings they can make are being neglected.
Reclaim Energy's "industry shaking" hot water heat pump collaboration with Panasonic arrives for delivery in Australia, with the message that quality and experience matters.
The scale of Australia's energy poverty challenge, and the opportunity it brings, demands a national fund to retrofit all social and public housing.
Federal funding totaling $41.2 million will be allocated to Australian businesses for upgrades to freezers, air conditioning and other equipment.
ClearVue announces partnership with LuxWall to build the most energy-efficient and energy-generating clear glass window on the market.
Tasmania has become the fourth state or territory to join up to the federal government’s plan to close energy gap on social housing.
Despite so many people having air conditioning at home now, many are still unsure how to use it efficiently. Here are some key tips.
New $100m funding round launched to help local governments electrify or boost the efficiency of public swimming pools, libraries and other community assets.
Origin invests another $530 million in Octopus, in a sign that Australia's biggest utility might be honing on home energy electrification and efficiency.
The rush to home electrification is on, with record installations of hot water heat pumps and record amounts of oversized rooftop systems to power the exodus from fossil fuels.
Australians are paying for low-performing homes through their energy bills. New ClimateWorks report makes a strong case for a renovation wave across the country.
The German start-up with a mission to convert 500,000 buildings a year to climate-neutral power, heating and mobility, has marked its official launch in Australia.
Clear evidence of the harm resulting from living in hot homes points to the need to efficient, electric cooling mandatory in rental housing.
Federal Labor has pitched in funding to a $35.2 million energy efficiency and electrification upgrade of more than 5,000 public houses in Canberra.
Decades of urban planning based on fossil fuel use and poorly adapted building standards have led to unhealthy living for apartment dwellers.