AER, DMIS

Energy networks granted access to DMIS

The AER has approved the applications of AusNet Services and Energy Queensland for early access to the new Demand Management Incentive Scheme (DMIS).
Sydney

Sydney gets thousands of new streetlights

Ausgrid crews have begun work to switch more than 9,600 streetlights in the City of Sydney to more energy efficient LED lamps.
transmission

China, India and US to drive global transmission market

China, India and the US will be the driving forces for the global transmission and distribution conductors markets over the next four years, research says.
distribution networks, transmission

Distribution networks achieve huge productivity improvements

Australia’s electricity transmission and distribution networks achieved significant productivity improvements in 2016-17.
Cook Islands

Cook Islands a step closer to 100% renewables

Entura has helped the Cook Islands achieve another milestone in its push to reduce reliance on diesel fuel and move towards the country’s renewables goals.
CRCLCL, carbon emissions

Carbon emissions will reach 37 billion tonnes in 2018

Carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions from fossil fuels and industry are projected to rise more than 2% (range 1.8% to 3.7%) in 2018, a record high.
wind farm

Port Augusta renewables project gets expansion funding

The CEFC and Westbourne Capital have committed $160 million in finance to construct stage two of Nexif Energy’s Lincoln Gap Wind Farm in South Australia.
Springfield

Queensland city to be net zero energy

ENGIE and Springfield City Group have signed a 50-year strategic alliance to make Greater Springfield a net zero energy city.

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solar energy guideline

NSW releases new solar energy guideline

Community consultation is front-and-centre of the new NSW Large-Scale Solar Energy Guideline released today.
NEM

Competition concerns persist in NEM

The NEM continues to undergo a significant transformation, however traditional competition concerns persist, according to the AER.
default market offer, meters

New maximum timeframes for meter installations

Electricity retailers will have up to six business days to install new meters and a maximum of 15 business days to replace existing meters under new rules.
ETU

Union labels LNP energy Bill a “jackboot takeover”

The ETU didn’t hold back on what it calls a “jackboot takeover” attempt by the Federal Government in its electricity price monitoring Bill.
fair dinkum

Experiment gives new meaning to “fair dinkum” power

Prime Minister Scott Morrison clearly hadn’t seen this experiment by an electrical engineer when he labelled coal "fair dinkum" power.
energy efficiency

Energy efficiency program rebranded for 10th anniversary

The biggest energy efficiency certificate scheme in Australia is getting an overhaul after 10 years, with a new name and updated regulations.
Electric vehicle parking, EVs

EVs to make up 50% of all new cars...

By 2033, half of all new cars sold globally will be electric vehicles, according to DNV GL’s annual Energy Transition Outlook.
solar energy

Trial will let neighbours trade solar energy

A new peer-to-peer solar energy trading trial will enable households with rooftop solar panels to trade their excess solar energy with their neighbours.

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