AEES Group - News

Energy-management company AEES to green golf clubs’ energy use 

19/2 - Golf Management Australia - PV Magazine Media Feature

Richard Martin - Tuesday, February 19, 2019

                                    

07/2 - AEES Group partners with Golf Management Australia

Richard Martin - Thursday, February 07, 2019

Freedom Foods Group has appointed AEES Group to Project Manage what is believed to be the country’s largest single rooftop solar power installation at our processing operations in Shepparton.   

26/12 - AEES Group to install 4MW of Solar PV with Freedom Foods (ASX: FNP)

Richard Martin - Friday, December 21, 2018

Wingara Ag Ltd (ASX:WNR) has announced that it has entered into an agreement with AEES Group to Install Renewable Energy Generation aimed at reducing WNR's energy cost while meeting sustainability targets. AEES has worked with WNR installing 275 kW at the companies JC Tanloden's operations at Epsom, Vic. 

20/12 - AEES Group Signs MW Agreement with Wingara AG (ASX: WNR)

Richard Martin - Friday, December 21, 2018

A Melbourne-based, industry-leading effort to harness and manage Australia’s booming behind-the-meter energy resource has begun in earnest last week, with GreenSync’s Decentralised Energy Exchange, or deX, officially opening for business. 

4/11 - GreenSync’s Decentralised Energy Exchange (deX) officially opening for business

Richard Martin - Sunday, November 04, 2018


 

24/10 - Community Renewable Energy Scheme - 1st of it's kind

Richard Martin - Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Agriculture Victoria has rolled out the first and second actions in the Victorian Government's $30 million Agriculture Energy Investment Plan: free on-farm energy assessments and on-farm energy grants 

26/9 - On-farm energy grants

Richard Martin - Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Outrage has erupted in political and energy market circles over the failure of the federal government to produce any detailed modelling for the controversial National Energy Guarantee. 

14/8 - NEG Modelling Disbelief

Richard Martin - Tuesday, August 14, 2018

In 2018, 59% of Australians (up five points) say ‘global warming is a serious and pressing problem’ about which ‘we should begin taking steps now even if this involves significant costs’. Almost all Australians (84%, up three points) say ‘the government should focus on renewables, even if this means we may need to invest more in infrastructure to make the system more reliable’. Only 14% say ‘the government should focus on traditional energy sources such as coal and gas, even if this means the environment may suffer to some extent’. 

Lowy Institute Poll - Climate change and renewables

Richard Martin - Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Today, by and large and large the residential and commercial adoption of renewable of energy efficiency technologies is mainly about energy cost reduction.  In the longer term however it can be argued that its about establishing a roadmap towards sustainability... 

20/7 - Cleaning up Our Backyard

Richard Martin - Wednesday, June 20, 2018