Our Energy Centre gets a solar facelift
Our world-class Energy Centre has a had a face lift - sporting new solar photovoltaic technology which will save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 23 tonnes per annum.
Evergen: robot house helps you save on solar
Evergen's weather monitoring robot house ups your solar to save you dollars
Giving high power bills the cold shoulder
Trying to keep warm and toasty when the weather drops can have a hefty impact on your electricity bills (and the environment!). We put together some hot ideas to combat these costs.
Working up a sweat to bring down temperatures in remote Australia
Remote parts of Australia are facing many energy challenges - so we're assessing how and when energy is used to help make it more accessible and efficient.
Energy star ratings for homes? Good idea, but it needs some real estate flair
Home buyers could use mandated energy-efficiency information to help them identify more efficient homes, and could influence how much they are willing to pay. But how effective would a national scheme be?
Top five energy (and money) savers that won’t impact your lifestyle
From better ways to shower, to channelling your inner Nana, we look at five ways you can reduce your energy consumption without sacrificing comfort.
Taking remote control of your electricity
We've developed a new system that allows consumers to control high-drain devices remotely using a computer, smartphone or tablet.
Keeping up with the Joneses: Who has the coolest house?
My Climate is an interactive tool showing thermal imaging of Melbourne’s City of Port Phillip, helping to inform household energy decisions.
It’s raining water tanks: keeping them healthy and efficient
Got a rainwater tank? Thinking of getting one? Well, you'll want to keep mozzies, sludge and fecal matter out of them - and here are the 5 tips for how.
5 ways high-tech light bulbs can brighten up your life
We take a look at five new types of lights bulbs that are bringing the sexy back into lighting.
When all the air conditioners run at once
The peaks and troughs of electricity demand can actually mean higher electricity prices. So here's how we can ease the load on the grid during these times.