Australian LNG exports to triple

15/11/2012 National exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could more than triple to 63 million tonnes per annum by 2016-2017: Australia intends to play a greater role in satisfying global energy dem...


Australia signs up to second Kyoto Protocol commitment perio

November 16, 2012 In a further sign that times are changing in the home of coal, Australia has announced that it is ready to sign up to a second Kyoto Protocol commitment period in Doha later this month.   But Australia’s commitment to cut its emissions in line with bipartisan targets of a 5% reduction on 2000 levels will depend on negotiations at the next United Nations climate change summit...


Demand management: A clean winner in the low-carbon race

16 November 2012 Energy efficiency and demand management provide dramatic opportunities for the transition to a low-carbon economy. To date, most efforts in the electricity sector have revolved around building additional capacity to produce ever more energy to meet whatever demand emerges, with all the resulting emission and grid transmission costs this entails. We consider the market for managing...

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i-NX-Q: the new Climaveneta multi-purpose heat pump with inverter technology

Mitsubishi Electric Hydronics & IT Cooling Systems presents i-NX-Q. Climaveneta’s air source multi-purpose unit with scroll inverter compressors and cooling capacity from 43 to 151 kW. The logic of

Air conditioning is peaking out, time to rethink cool comfor

15 November 2012 Yes, Australia gets hot. But let’s investigate some other ways to cool it down. As the recent Energy White Paper and Senate Committee report confirm, Australia’s electricity prices ar...


Edward Davey comment on Australia joining Kyoto second commi

09 November 2012 Commenting on the news today that Australia is ready to join the Kyoto second commitment period[External link], UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Edward Davey said:   “This is an extremely welcome announcement from Australia and for the first time expands international commitment beyond Europe.   “Having Australia on board will really help to push the second Kyoto P...


Powering the home: how appliances stack up

November 9, 2012LOOKING for ways to cut your surging household electricity bill? Consumer group Choice crunched the costs for Fairfax Media on the average annual running tab for the latest models of 1...


Australia: cutting edge compressor technology drives results

10/26/2012 The installation of computer-controlled variable speed drives on refrigerating plant compressors at a warehouse in Sydney, Australia, has enabled Swire Cold Storage - a major Australian blast-freezing and refrigerated warehouse provider with 17 facilities occupying over 2 million m3 - to reduce its energy consumption by over 15% during the cooler months.   Swire’s genera...


Air Conditioning Installation Melbourne Company Announces Ne

Melb Air Con one of the largest split system installation and evaporative cooling companies announce the new systems for summer.   Air conditioning is the procedure of changing the properties of the air. This mainly refers temperature and moisture to more advantageous settings. More usually, air conditioning can denote to any type of industrial cooling, ventilation, heating or disinfection th...


Renewable Energy to Become Main Energy for Australia in 2030

The Australian Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE) recently released the report of Australia Energy Technology Assessment (AETA). According to this report, with the current policy, solar PV and onshore wind energy will provide cheaper electricity to Australia by 2030.   AETA also points out that the cost of solar thermal, tidal energy, nuclear energy, and geothermal energy technol...


Fujitsu General to boost summer sales with Ice Age promotion

19/10/2012 By Claire Reilly Fujitsu has announced a new promotion for its air conditioner line-up, tying in with the Ice Age film franchise, to help boost sales over the summer.   Customers who p...


A few cold comforts put the heat on all our power bills

October 19, 2012 IT IS a striking figure. Households using a two-kilowatt reverse-cycle air-conditioner at the height of summer are being subsidised by those who are not to the tune of $330 a year. It is one of the findings of a draft Productivity Commission investigation into Australia’s energy markets released yesterday. The commission says 25 per cent of retail electricity bills pay for infras...

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