Farms and small businesses in drought affected areas will receive much needed Government support to reduce their energy costs and improve energy efficiency as part of the Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP).
In an Australian first, the CEFC and the National Farmers Federation have collaborated to back ready-made clean energy solutions for Australian farmers, with the twin goals of increasing on-farm efficiency and cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
“The latest projections from the Australian Energy Market Operator reinforce the unsatisfactory state of the electricity market and the need for greater policy certainty and coherence if we are to secure ongoing investment in energy supply and in energy-intensive industries,” Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox said.
PLC Fencing in South Australia has extensive experience and unparalleled expertise in providing fencing for power utilities and energy infrastructure.
Net Zero Energy Homes in Melbourne, Townsville, Canberra and Perth housing developments have been validated as achievable and affordable, but highlighted a market slow to pick up on easy opportunities for improved energy efficiency and thermal comfort.
In February 2019 the Australian Government asked the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) to crack down on sneaky late payment fees charged by energy retailers to both electricity and gas customers who have failed to meet discount conditions.
New electricity market rules to reward industrial energy users for cutting demand at peak times would be a win for all energy users, Australian Industry Group Chief Executive Innes Willox said.
Construction has started on a half-billion dollar pilot hydrogen project which has the potential to create $2 billion in exports for Australia.
More jobs and improved electricity supplies throughout North Queensland will flow from the latest investment by the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF).
Energy infrastructure company, Jemena, has announced it has appointed Spiecapag Australia to construct a 60km pipeline, which forms part of Jemena’s $140 million Atlas Gas Pipeline Project, in south-west Queensland.