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Monash Uni partners with redT energy as it progresses towards zero emissions

The official launch of a 1MWh redT energy system installed at the Monash University campus in Clayton, Victoria was announced today as Monash progresses towards its goal of net zero emissions by 2030. The redT infrastructure will demonstrate the viability of the 100% renewable electricity system as part of Monash’s Microgrid project. “We are proud

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The floating solar proposition

When land is at a premium it makes sense to use the ‘free’ space on lakes and dams for solar panel installations. Paul Skelton reports. By the year 2017 an estimated 3.5 million rooftop photovoltaic panels had been installed on Australian homes and business premises. However, such panels are not always suitable: there may not

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LEDs and flicker

Flashing light helps us to see cyclists at night, but it doesn’t belong where people are living and working. Paul Skelton reports. When 50Hz alternating current was introduced early last century, a perennial issue for the lighting industry was also born. Flicker has long been a challenge for lighting manufacturers and installers. Despite being ‘solved’,

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Brilliant Lighting targeting market gap

With the smart home technology market growing at a rapid rate, Brilliant Lighting has taken the initiative to offer smart lighting products at a competitive price. BrilliantSmart products offer a range of functions including an increase in home security, reduction in power bills and environmental impacts, and the ability to easily adjust the look and

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