Energy

energy, Queensland

7 lessons for Queensland’s energy efficiency scheme

So now the NESS is dead and Queensland has announced they are considering schemes for energy efficiency and demand management, it is a good time to reflect on how such a scheme(s) should be established.

Now for prefab solar arrays

After more than three years of research and development, renewable energy start-up 5B has found a ready market for its prefabricated, low-cost “Maverick” solar array.

Adelaide based smart energy monitor on a growth path

Listed Adelaide-based tech firm Buddy Platform is expanding the customer base for its smart energy monitors solution into the Central American and Caribbean and markets and it’s partly thanks to Lady Gaga.

Victorian government’s coal to hydrogen plans come under fire

The Victorian government’s plan to turn brown coal into hydrogen in line with long-term plan by Japanese interests will make it harder for the state to meet its climate commitment of keeping global warming under the two degree threshold, environmental critics say.

The NESS is dead. Finally!

Finally the spectre of a National Energy Savings Scheme (NESS) has been removed, freeing up the states to get on with rolling out variations on current successful state schemes.