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.
All-Energy Australia has wrapped up for another year. Here are some of the unveils, launches, debuts and deals that went down over the massive two day event.
A three-year project led by AEMO has underscored the huge benefits promised by the coordinated participation of consumer energy resources in the market.
Home energy management "ecosystem" lands in Australia, to optimise solar and battery savings through monitoring and AI, including scheduled EV charging.
Launch of a new grants scheme to deliver bulk residential solar panels and hot water rebates seeks answers on how best to electrify households en masse.
Monash University study finds retailer incentives and tariff design will have key roles to play in making households smarter about power use.
Renewable energy company Octopus Energy has unveiled a smart home heating system called Cosy Octopus, billed as the “next stage in smart heat revolution."
Specialised training programs to upskill electricians in home battery installation and in the design and delivery of off-grid power systems win state funding.
Allume Energy secures $US1.5m investment from US investors to help the company bring rooftop solar to more than 4,000 apartment dwellers.
A data-driven, objective look at how 6.3kW of solar and a Tesla Powerwall have performed technically and financially over four years – with an EV added to the mix.
Latest data from Wood Mackenzie shows the top 10 vendors tightening their stranglehold on the global market, as supply chain constraints start to ease.
A working community and children's farm will further slash emissions and energy costs with a 5kW wind turbine and battery energy storage system.
One of Australia's leading developers of stand-alone integrated renewable energy power systems gets a funding boost and a renewed focus.
A community led program brings together products and information to help households go all-electric in a state where roughly 80% of homes use gas.