As the impacts of climate change worsen and put Australia’s energy future under the microscope, renewables are set to play a significant part in the country’s pathway to a low-emissions future. Utility has collated Australia’s most ambitious renewable projects across batteries, bioenergy, solar, wind and hydro, to reveal how the country is making the most of its abundant resources.
GWMWater has enhanced customer experience with the launch of a Customer Portal – empowering customers with more information about their water supply than ever before. Available on multiple devices, the portal allows customers to view recent and historical water use and set up automatic alerts to notify them of high usage or leaks.
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Advantages of electronic key cabinet integrations January 25, 2022
Key holders don’t want to be overwhelmed with several systems. That is why int...
Tackling inflow and infiltration January 21, 2022
Inflow and Infiltration (I/I) is a major problem facing water authorities and th...
Using ACB retrofit solutions to ensure stable power supply January 19, 2022
The consequences of air circuit breaker (ACB) failure can be financially costly ...
Overhauling water supply for a climate-vulnerable community January 13, 2022
Mer Island in the Torres Strait had access to water for only 3–6 hours a day, ...
Interflow and Raedlinger Primus Line celebrate Exclusivity Agreement December 22, 2021
Pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, announced the signing of an exclusiv...
WSAA has released two new codes for regional New South Wales, working alongside members of the NSW Water Directorate Technical Steering Group for two years to finalise the codes.
Melbourne water utilities South East Water, Greater Western Water, Melbourne Water and Yarra Valley Water have joined forces to launch Make Every Drop Count – a water conservation campaign.
Genex has begun construction works for its Kidston pumped hydro energy storage project, which includes the excavation of a cavern that will host two 125MW Andritz hydro reversible pump turbines.
New technology is being trialled in the Macedon Ranges which aims to boost bushfire protection by adding safety measures to the powerline network.
Barwon Water is planning to start a pumping test in late January, to inform a review of its bulk entitlement and associated monitoring program that aims to ensure sustainable management of the Anglesea borefield in Victoria.
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