EastLink carries out hands-free driving trial in tunnels

EastLink has conducted its first trial of hands-free driving through freeway tunnels using the lane keep assist function on the Honda Civic VTi-LX.

On-demand automated vehicles to be tested in Perth

Driverless and fully electric vehicles are slated to arrive in Western Australia under the Royal Automobile Club's plan to test automated vehicles in the state.

SA Government puts up $8 million to fund energy storage projects

The South Australian Government is dishing out more than $8 million in new funding for energy storage projects in the state, ranging from batteries and hydrogen fuel cells to thermal storage using sewage.

VIDEOS: Samsung Australia's first Healthcare Smart Summit, new clinical trial announced

Samsung is hosting its first annual Healthcare Smart Summit in Australia, "establishing its commitment to the development of innovative healthcare and wellness services for Australians through collaboration with software developers, healthcare providers and medical experts".

Brad Jones Racking track performance enhanced by Acer

The Newcastle Supercars is on this weekend, and in a sport where every millisecond counts, Acer is helping Brad Jones Racing do its best.

Bitcoin mining consumes more energy than 159 countries

Bitcoin mining around the world consumes 29.05TWh (terawatt hours) of electricity annually as of 20 November, according to a website that claims to provide in-depth analysis, opinions and discussions with regard to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Solar panel take-up rising due to power prices: GetUp!

More than 100 megawatts of rooftop solar capacity was installed across Australia in October, according to the Renewable Energy Index issued by Green Energy Markets.

Solar, energy bodies merge into new smart energy council

The Australian Solar Council and the Energy Storage Council have combined to form the Smart Energy Council, a new peak industry body for the solar, storage and smart energy industries.

Lack of planning, investment will continue to drive up electricity costs: report

With energy storage and a reliable, sustainable supply of power — and government energy policies — a hot topic in Australia, a group of Australian academics has warned that without proper planning and investment in energy storage, electricity costs in Australia will continue to rise and electricity supply will become less reliable.

Step over, Tesla. Team Arrow, an Australian non-profit, high-tech, renewable energy think-tank, is bringing its solar-powered race car to the streets.

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