Improving energy efficiency is not an option for a significant number of people in Australia – renters.
The governing body for our energy market has just missed a major opportunity to modernise our electricity networks.
Poor thermostat settings are making people uncomfortable and wasting hundreds of millions of dollars, an analysis shows. What can be done about this?
Emerging research challenges the idea that sustainable housing is unaffordable. It shows sustainability and good design can be affordable when analyses include social, health and wellbeing benefits.
Australia's energy watchdog has warned that closing coal power stations could leave us vulnerable to supply problems. But not if we help take the pressure off the grid.
It's not just about finding money for things like solar panels – poorer households can also find it harder to gain access to reliable information about the green energy options they do have.
Most people say they want to save money and the environment, but their actions suggest otherwise.
Our homes are getting smarter and more connected – but at what cost to energy use?
Companies could improve their profits 2-10% each year by saving energy, according to a world-first attempt to assess energy performance.
Software is eating everything in this online, digital world. We need to design code that uses as little energy as possible.
People who watch a lot of TV consume a disproportionate amount of electricity so we should tailor energy efficiency incentive programs to these and other big energy users.
There's loads of advice out there on how to save energy. But how much of it is based on real scientific evidence?
Self-driving cars are way more energy efficient than your average vehicle – but that doesn't necessarily mean they'll reduce carbon emissions.
Homebuyers want energy-efficient homes. The challenge is to present the relevant information in a way that taps into the typical house-hunter's mindset.
An obscure Supreme Court ruling paves the way for people and businesses to earn money with distributed energy technologies.
'Energy productivity' is the new buzz-phrase in energy and climate policy, what even is it?
Sweating it out through hot summer nights? Here are some tips when you're looking for something to cool you down.
The key drivers for energy in the 21st century are managing climate change, shifting community concerns, and radical technology change.
Heating your home using electricity is not just cheaper, it's more efficient and can be considered renewable.
Vehicle efficiency isn't just about reducing emissions. It can also save us money, and reduce our heavy reliance on imported oil.