All posts by David Loneragan

New collaborative project to enhance application of Australia’s energy data

A new research program from the national science agency CSIRO, the federal government and the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) will pursue the development of data-driven solutions for Australia’s sustainable energy future. The National Energy Analytics and Research (NEAR) Program will provide information to underpin decision making, and aims deliver a secure, affordable and sustainable … Continue reading New collaborative project to enhance application of Australia’s energy data

Siemens head to speak at Innovate Expo 2019

Innovate Expo 2019 will feature Siemens CEO Jeff Connolly as a guest speaker, the Geelong Manufacturing Council has announced. The event, a showcase for Industry 4.0 technology and innovation for Geelong and regional Victoria, is to be held held on March 7 at Geelong’s GMHBA Stadium. Jeff Connolly is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of … Continue reading Siemens head to speak at Innovate Expo 2019

ANU research at the forefront of solar technology

Scientists at the Australian National University (ANU) have made new breakthroughs that could help further revolutionise solar technology and make it more efficient and more accessible. The researchers have been concentrating on the solar cell’s skin layer, which is 1,000 times thinner than a human hair, and is used to conduct electricity and protect the … Continue reading ANU research at the forefront of solar technology

Vicor Power Systems releases new line of power supplies

Vicor Power Systems has introduced a new family of VITA 62 compliant power supplies for MIL-COTS VPX applications. Vicor Power Systems’ new line of VITA 62 compliant power supplies are designed for 3U Open VPX systems and achieve high-efficiency and high-power density in a rugged, conduction-cooled chassis. The initial products operate from a nominal 28V … Continue reading Vicor Power Systems releases new line of power supplies

SA Water awards solar photovoltaic generation and energy storage contract

SA Water has awarded a framework agreement contract for up to $304 million to South Australian company Enerven to deploy approximately 154 megawatts (MW) of new solar photovoltaic generation and 34 megawatt hours of energy storage across around 70 of its sites over the next 18 months. The investment in more than 500,000 solar panels … Continue reading SA Water awards solar photovoltaic generation and energy storage contract