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MPower to Supply New Zealand’s Leading Telecommunications Providers

Media Release – Wednesday 25 September, 2013 For Immediate Release Following a rigorous request for proposal (RFP) process, MPower, Australia and New Zealand’s leading power solutions provider has been awarded a 7 year preferred supplier contract to provide the majority of reserve batteries required by Chorus and Telecom in New Zealand. Some of the batteries […] ... Read More

MPower Dispatches 5.4MW Blackstart Generators for Yarnima Power Station

Media Release – Monday 10 February, 2014 For Immediate Release MPower, Australia and New Zealand’s leading integrated power solutions provider has dispatched three 1.8MW black-start generators for the Yarnima Power Station project in Western Australia. The logistics and extensive work health and safety requirements surrounding the movement of the generators was challenging and required careful […] ... Read More

Australia’s energy market expected to continue evolving

Australia’s energy market is continuing to change rapidly, as a number of different factors begin to affect the country’s energy market. Substantial changes across the industry in areas like solar battery storage systems are radically changing the way organisations consume energy, with a substantial impact on the grid as a whole. So what does the […] ... Read More

Australia soon to be a world leader in natural gas

Australia’s mineral sector has long relied on iron ore and coal as some of the country’s largest exports. However, natural gas has come a long way, with the country expected to become a major provider of hydrocarbon resources in coming years. Offshore gas extraction in particular is an area which is seeing substantial growth, especially […] ... Read More

Harnessing waste heat a major growth area for companies

As businesses look to operate in a more energy-efficient manner, many are turning to new tactics to capture power that would otherwise go to waste. This growth has led to an increasing investment in cogeneration and trigeneration systems, as businesses combine industrial processes to reduce waste and run their heating and cooling from a single […] ... Read More

Cloud tracking the key to effective solar power

As the amount of electricity generated by solar power increases across Australia, it is becoming increasingly important for businesses with large arrays of solar panels to understand how cloud cover is affecting their generation. In fact, research from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) found that cloud cover is one of the biggest […] ... Read More

Remote communities benefiting from solar/diesel hybrids

Among the main challenges that communities face in Australia is around access to electricity, especially in the more remote parts of the country. Often, it is uneconomical to supply these communities with mains power from the national grid, leaving them dependent on energy sources like diesel generators that have been brought in to meet their […] ... Read More

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