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.
Victoria says national report understates the health, climate and energy benefits of moving to 7-star building standards – and says it will go it alone.
A time-of-use renewable energy retail offer has signed up hundreds of customers since its launch in South Australia, including homes with battery storage only.
Sydney-based study finds that solar panels installed on a planted “green roof” get a significant boost to their generation output, compared to a conventional rooftop.
Solar on 13 buildings – including at the local pool – to save remote WA town $170,000 a year on electricity costs, with more solar and a community battery to come.
We take a look at eight US microgrid projects – some operating, some still being built – notable for their origins, ambitions, unique features and forward looking approach.
Brimbank City Council, backed by ARENA, wants its $8.1 integrated energy solution to help deliver Australia's first all-electric aquatic centre – and set a new standard.
Pioneer of Australia’s “buy now pay later” rooftop solar market, Brighte, to administer first phase of ACT Sustainable Household Scheme – and move into electric vehicle financing.
Solar, battery and VPP specialist shares his experience of building the “perfect” solar system, which helped flip his bill from a $500 debit to hundreds in credits.
Evergen to provide software platform for two-year energy management pilot at Queensland government-backed residential development of net-zero energy emission homes.
Latest Energy Consumers Australia national survey offers some interesting insight on which households are thinking of quitting gas and what Australians think of smart meters.
If you aren’t burning gas in your home for space or water heating, there might be one gas user left in your home: the cooktop.
A hot-water heat pump can be the cheapest way to heat water at your home or business, with or without rooftop solar.