Ty Christopher has been living in his all electric home for 25 years. "My kids don't think their life has been Amish or any different ... It's been zero change to lifestyle."
A flagship mixed-use, precinct-based solar and battery power system will highlight the benefits and challenges of deploying microgrids on the electricity network.
Free online tool will help households understand when and why to electrify everything – and how the humble hot water heat pump can crush power costs.
As electricity prices continue to rise, consumers are being told to shop around for the best deal. But where do you start? And how do you compare retailers?
If we assume most of our existing homes are below-par on energy performance, we will need to retrofit to more than 45 homes every hour between now and 2050.
A deep dive into how the 2023-24 federal budget will help homes and businesses drive down their energy costs and cut their reliance on fossil fuels.
Independent MP calls on Albanese government to get out of slow lane on electrification, and make it easy for households and businesses to quit fossil fuels.
People in crisis and in developing countries are paying extremely high prices for small amounts of electricity while polluting our environment. We must do better.
Audit finds less than 30% of newly installed inverters for solar, batteries and EV chargers are configured to meet new standards crucial to grid integration.
When it comes to buying or renting a home, we have a right to zero information on its energy efficiency and readiness for a sustainable future. This has to change.
New online simulator calculates the big savings – in dollars and emissions – households can make by getting off gas and upgrading their thermal efficiency.
Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute is developing and testing solar thermal façade panels that could replace the more traditional external air unit.
Banks, insurers and building industry call for single national home energy rating system – and measures to improve energy performance of rentals.
Kicking gas out of your home can save you a lot of money. But where do you start? And how do you get the best bang for your buck?
In a new house, it's a whole new world of home energy management and "electrification" possibilities as we shoot for net zero grid electricity.
Electricity prices look set to go up again in winter and consumers are justified in asking: why is this happening? And is there an end in sight?