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Solar power is continuing to surge ahead as the world's emerging energy technology, according to a United Nations report that finds global spending on solar was higher than any other energy source in 2017.
As a record number of Australian households benefit from putting solar on their roof, we look at some of the options for renters who have traditionally been locked out of doing this.
Nvidia will power artificial intelligence technology built into its future vehicles, including the new I.D. Buzz, its all-electric retro-inspired camper van concept. The partnership between the two companies also extends...
While Australians take to home batteries in their droves, some say there are better ways to save the environment.
Computers have changed cars at least as much as they’ve changed our daily lives, but a new partnership between Google and Volkswagen could transform transportation further still: The two are collaborating on how...
A team of Queenslanders are leading the charge to develop commercial solar cars in Australia and proving on an international stage they've got what it takes to make it a reality.
Researchers say the future of Australia's energy market is dynamic and that base load power is a thing of the past.
This Canberra retiree says his "badge of honour" — a $20,000 energy system — generates enough power to run all his home energy needs, charge his son's hybrid SUV and sell excess back to the grid.
With two weeks to go until the World Solar Challenge begins, one team is put under unexpected pressure after their car is delayed on the way from Europe to Australia.
The CSIRO is partnering with a small Australian firm to develop the world's first hybrid renewable power generation installation for radio astronomy of its kind.
Flinders University is preparing for its World Solar Challenge debut, unveiling its ambitious family-style design for the upcoming epic race.
The National Party membership will use its federal conference this weekend to pressure politicians to finalise energy policy, and to push for more coal-fired power stations in regional areas.
The National Party membership will use its federal conference this weekend to call for an end to the energy policy vacuum, with more 'clean' coal-fired power stations in regional areas.
The NT is lagging behind other states in terms of solar power uptake, and one Curious Darwinian wants to know why.
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