New data from Australia’s largest business bank shows businesses are driving the switch to electric vehicles (EVs) with the value of the bank’s EV loan book growing by a record 224% year-on-year.
FLIR, a Teledyne Technologies company, has released the FLIR CM276 professional clamp meter with infrared imaging, a visual camera for a variety of commercial and industrial electrical inspection needs, including solar PV DC measurements.
The National Farmers’ Federation urges Australia’s energy ministers to address the fierce discontent in farming communities over energy companies’ community engagement failures.
The Victorian government has appointed an expert panel to lead the Network Outage Review following a catastrophic storm event on 13 February 2024 that left more than 530,000 electricity customers without power.
The Australian government has launched the Solar Consumer Guide to help households and businesses get the most out of rooftop solar and batteries.
1KOMMA5° doubles its global revenue to $760 million (€460 million) in 2023, driven mainly by organic growth and supported by strategic acquisitions across Europe and Australia specifically in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide.
1KOMMA5° Sydney & Melbourne has record-breaking performance, reaching their highest revenue yet with more than 55% profitable growth in 2023 alone.
1KOMMA5° acquires Adelaide-based company Kozco Energy Group to strengthen its presence in Australia.
Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, has announced that effective this month Colette Munro is its new Pacific Zone president, overseeing all aspects of the company’s operations in Australia and New Zealand.
The Electric Vehicle Council is calling on the leaders of the Federal Chamber of Automative Industries to formally withdraw their now discredited claims about car price increases from their lobbying against New Vehicle Efficiency Standards.
PVH has unveiled AxoneDuo Infinity, its latest solar tracking solution designed to maximise energy generation and suit Australian conditions. The latest innovation is set to transform Australia’s solar efficiency by offering adaptability across unique Australian conditions, including diverse configurations and unique terrain requirements.
Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has advised 100% Australian-owned renewable energy company Windlab, on Australia’s largest clean energy deal with global mining group, Rio Tinto.
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