Many Australian households have worked hard to reduce their direct carbon footprint, through efficiency and solar. But what about our indirect footprint? Where do we go from here?
As Australian states hurtle towards stage 3 lockdowns in response to Covid-19, we ask the experts to list the top energy efficiency measures households can take to stop their bills going through the roof.
A community in Switzerland has completed a successful year-long trial of a blockchain electricity market, a technology being eyed for community microgrids.
Energy efficiency offers a channel to address energy and climate challenges at a household and national level, while also solving some uniquely Australian problems.
What's needed now is language that more explicitly signals the policy and behavioural changes required to both address the climate crisis and provide clean energy for all.
Renewable Newstead is working to install up to 10MW of solar on the local grid to take the town 100% renewable and offer excess generation for C&I offtake. What can the market learn from the project so far?
Addressing the issue of energy efficiency is a complex task with many possible solutions. Fundamentally it will require a shift in the way Australia views housing – from property to home.
The easiest way to reduce your electricity bill is to reduce your consumption. But what if this is not a simple choice? What if switching off could be a lethal decision?
Australian property group set to roll out another 11MW commercial solar, this time across its logistics business, with help of $75m CEFC senior debt facility.
For this household lucky enough to be still standing after the NSW south coast bushfires, having rooftop solar and a back-up battery storage system has been invaluable.
United Energy to trial use of batteries to manage peak demand and reduce load on constrained sub-stations in Melbourne suburbs.
Our review of international research found energy-efficient homes typically fetch a higher price. But that’s not the case in most of Australia.
Just four days into the New Year, the City of Newcastle reaped the benefits from the resilience created by its 100 per cent renewable energy plan.
CEFC partners with Bank Australia to offer discounted loans for new homes that can achieve 7-star energy ratings