Faced with the rise of renewable energy and limits on carbon pollution, we suggest what kind of future awaits the grid.
They may look like bathroom mirrors and provide a great background for a selfie, but our solar thermal heliostat mirrors are hitting the world stage to help China meet its renewable energy targets.
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.
Our new research co-operative with Solafast and Norwood is advancing our printed solar films to make them a viable product for industry.
What’s powering your home? Are you connected to the electricity grid? Do you have solar panels? A fuel cell? Perhaps a backyard wind turbine? It’s totally feasible to check all of these boxes: this is what’s called a ‘hybrid energy system’.
Evergen’s weather monitoring robot house ups your solar to save you dollars
We worked with Monash University Design students to test out our printed solar films – and their designs were out of this world!
All photovoltaic (PV) panels become slightly less efficient as their temperature rises, so cooling them can lead to better energy production, especially in warm climates. This is where the idea of building solar PV farms on or near water starts to look more attractive.
We’ve created a breakthrough solar cooling technology that will help large commercial spaces to achieve lower emissions.