All posts by David Loneragan

Hydrogen and Mines Summit explores opportunities for hydrogen industry in WA

The Hydrogen and Mines Summit brought has together almost 200 delegates to explore the opportunities renewable hydrogen presents for the mining sector. The summit was attended by representatives from a number of global companies, including FMG, BHP, Baker Hughes GE, ENGIE, Rio Tinto, South 32, ATCO, Woodside, Caltex and Yara. Applications for hydrogen in the … Continue reading Hydrogen and Mines Summit explores opportunities for hydrogen industry in WA

Innovations in the WA ICT sector recognised at the 28th WAITTA Awards

Western Australia’s top information and communications technology (ICT) talent has been showcased at the 28th annual WA Information Technology and Telecommunications Alliance (WAITTA) INCITE Awards. The contributions of individuals and organisations were celebrated across a wide variety of categories. Innovation in the health care industry was a particular highlight, with The University of Western Australia’s … Continue reading Innovations in the WA ICT sector recognised at the 28th WAITTA Awards

ARENA funds solar, wind and battery project to power mining operations

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is providing $3 million funding to Port Gregory Wind Farm (PGWF) to build a grid-connected wind, solar and lithium-ion battery project to power a remote mine in Western Australia. The project will consist of a hybrid 2.5 MW wind farm, 1 MW solar farm and a 2 MW/0.5 MWh … Continue reading ARENA funds solar, wind and battery project to power mining operations

Open Integration partners meet to discuss digitalisation

35 Open Integration partners gathered together at Endress+Hauser in Reinach, Switzerland, to share their experiences and thoughts for the first time. A highlight of the event was a presentation from representatives of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries outlining how they benefit from the partner program during digitalisation of their processes – and what they would … Continue reading Open Integration partners meet to discuss digitalisation

Gannawarra battery now operating in North Western Victoria

Australia’s largest integrated battery and solar farm is now storing clean energy from the Gannawarra Solar Farm and providing power to the Victoria’s energy grid. The Andrews Labor Government invested $25 million into two large batteries in North Western Victoria, including the Gannawarra Energy Storage System – a 25-megawatt/50-megawatt hour system using Tesla batteries which … Continue reading Gannawarra battery now operating in North Western Victoria