Research from the Institute for Management Development (IMD) reveals that Australia’s competitiveness levels have reached their lowest level in the past 25 years. Australia has fallen to 22nd place out of 64 nations in the global competitiveness ranking, slipping in the criteria of management practices, export sophistication, technological infrastructure and

Renewable energy company AgBioEn has launched a $2 billion initiative turning agricultural waste into renewable diesel. The company has partnered with La Trobe University and Microsoft partner LAB3 to run a series of trials using IoT sensors and devices to monitor the sustainable growth of high yield crops, in what

Key findings from the Lowy Institute’s Climate Poll 2021 released today show that Australians are more concerned about climate change than they were this time last year. The research, conducted by the Social Research Centre, involved both online and telephone surveys of 3286 Australian adults to better understand Australian attitudes

  As the energy market transitions to accommodate for the exit of coal and an increased focus on renewables and storage, the question is shifting from how much energy you can access to when you can access it. “Electrons, ” says Matt Baumgurtel,  Partner at Hamilton Locke,“Will basically be free.”

Energy retailer and generator AGL today announced a joint venture with the UK’s zero-carbon energy supplier OVO which they say will help to drive energy digitisation in Australia.   The JV will give AGL access to OVO’s utility technology platform Kaluza, digitising the AGL offering. The companies claim that their shared

Australian businesses will be able to purchase locally sourced renewable energy as a standard retail electricity contract through a new offering from retailer Mojo Power and energy tech WePower. WePower has handed over a version of its retail electricity marketplace to Mojo Power, which expects to formally launch the offering

In this week’s Minicast, Schneider Electric’s Zone President and Managing Director, Pacific, Gareth O’Reilly explains the link between the fourth industrial revolution and a “fourth energy revolution”. Which-50’s Minicast publishes each Tuesday. Follow Which-50 on LinkedIn to be the first to view it. 

Origin has migrated more than 60 percent of its workloads to AWS, covering the majority of its mission-critical workloads including billing and customer care, energy trading, operations management, and its enterprise data lake. The migration to AWS will help Origin achieve its goal to operate 100 per cent in the

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Australian based start-up Renewtrak has appointed Mathew Cagney to the role of CEO. The appointment follows the elevation of investor and BridgeClimb founder, Paul Cave, to its board. Renewtrak is an automated and intelligent platform that allows technology companies to take control of their recurring revenue streams, automate renewals, upsell

Renewable energy systems and software provider Evergen has made two new technology hires – Solution Architect Lucy Carpinelli and Senior Software Engineer Emad Nashed. The company said, the strategic appointments will help Evergen maintain the momentum around the business and continue on its growth trajectory as it moves towards its