AusNet Services has announced measures to support customers in Gippsland and the Upper Murray regions who have been affected by the recent bushfires.
GreenSync has been named a 2020 Global Cleantech 100 company, reasserting its place for the second year among global cleantech innovators.
A drone has assisted in patrolling and re-stringing downed powerlines damaged on Kangaroo Island in recent bushfire activity.
A multi-award-winning system that predicts powerline faults before they can cause blackouts or bushfires is being scaled up for commercial release.
The Snowy 2.0 site at Lobs Hole fared well and all of Snowy Hydro’s power stations are operational.
Origin today announced the appointment of Kate Jordan as General Counsel, and executive general manager, Company Secretariat, Risk and Governance.
Queensland’s first community-scale big battery is a step closer to reality with the arrival of the main battery unit and kiosk in Townsville.
After five years as inaugural CEO of Energy Consumers Australia, Rosemary Sinclair will step down in early March
A parliamentary committee has released a report into nuclear energy that puts the Australian people at the centre of any approval process.
Energy Networks Australia has welcomed the appointment of three new board members to a newly expanded Australian Energy Regulator (AER).
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has conceded that climate change has been a contributing factor to the bushfires that are plaguing the nation.
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Natural gas customers in NSW will save $292 for a typical household over a five-year period as Jemena proposes cuts to the cost of its distribution charges.
Energy Minister Dr Lynham said the EV Home Charging Plan offers cheaper electricity prices for customers and 18 hours of guaranteed charge time each day.