AllightSykes’ latest solar-powered lighting tower is providing companies with a cost-effective method of reducing noise from roadworks near suburban developments.
Roads & Infrastructure looks at how local government is taking the initiative with renewable energy projects and using Australian first technologies.
A new method of generating solar power that can be applied with double-sided tape could be generating renewable energy on a commercial scale within the next few years.
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility has approved finance for the multimillion-dollar expansion of airport facilities in Darwin, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs.
The state government has provided development approval for up to 195 wind turbines at the Lacour Energy wind farm in Clarke Creek, Central Queensland.
The development of low-cost, semi-transparent solar cells provides a number of opportunities to harness energy through infrastructure forms, including windows, walls and roofs. But what is standing in the way of progress?