A new survey has explored the reasons why consumers invest in solar and battery technology.
A report by Greenpeace USA has revealed which companies are moving most effectively towards renewable energy, and which are lagging behind.
The City of Sydney and City of Melbourne have been recognised at the C40 Cities Awards for their CitySwitch Green Office program.
Conservation SA has completed the first installation of the Australia-developed ZCell home or office battery system at a commercial building.
Renewable energy will be available on demand, with the establishment of a solar, wind and battery storage near Hughenden in North Queensland.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency is providing funding for ITP Renewables' Battery Trial, which will compare the real-time performance of home batteries from eight leading vendors.
The Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand launched today, part of a growing global network of smart cities organisations whose goal is to make cities more liveable, workable and sustainable.
Nano-Nouvelle's 3D battery technology, which can boost lithium-ion capacity by 50%, will be trialled by two US companies.
While Australian commercial tenants and developers are enthusiastic about smart buildings, only 43% are prepared to invest in the technology, a survey shows.
AGL Energy and First Solar have officially launched the two largest solar plants in the Southern Hemisphere, more than doubling Australia's large-scale solar capacity.
Australian businesses have pledged support to recycle their old electronic waste (e-waste) for today's inaugural TechCollect 'Waste Not, Want Not' Day.
Australia lags behind some other developed markets when it comes to tackling and reducing electronic waste, and should implement new policies and strategies, a report argues.
A design for a chip that uses wireless transmission to send data between cores could improve energy efficiency at data farms by up to 20%, while also improving processing speed.
Dimension Data has published its debut annual sustainability report, detailing ways the company is helping itself and its clients be more environmentally responsible.
As cloud computing becomes the rule and not the exception, University of Sydney cloud computing experts say tighter international regulations on managing computer hardware waste are needed.