All posts by Syed Shah

Call for renewable gas certification to unlock Australia’s bioenergy potential

Leading energy infrastructure company, Jemena, has called for a national approach to green accreditation for renewable gases, such as biomethane and hydrogen, as part of its submission to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) Bioenergy Roadmap. A certification system would enable customers to purchase verified and accredited zero emission gas as is currently the case … Continue reading Call for renewable gas certification to unlock Australia’s bioenergy potential

Green light for renewable hydrogen from wastewater project

Water Minister Dave Kelly and Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan announced the project last week for Western Australian-based technology company, Hazer Group to use waste gas (biogas) for its world-leading hydrogen and graphite production process. This is happening for the first time in Australia where a project is in the pipeline to produce low-emission hydrogen … Continue reading Green light for renewable hydrogen from wastewater project

Less imports lead to boom in manufacturing opportunities for essential services

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many manufacturers must keep running to provide essential services. The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation’s Peter Veron shares his observations on how the process engineering market has been operating. As countries continue to reduce exports during the COVID-19 shutdown, Australian-based businesses have been given opportunities to manufacture locally. The Institute … Continue reading Less imports lead to boom in manufacturing opportunities for essential services

Positivity and connection during COVID-19

PACE speaks to Treotham Automation managing director Mikael Paltoft about how the company is overcoming challenges to their supply chain during COVID-19. Paltoft counts his company as lucky during the COVID-19 pandemic. The disruption in air freight and delivery costs, which according to Paltoft have been raised by nearly 600 per cent, has not stopped … Continue reading Positivity and connection during COVID-19

Vicor’s DCM3717, a 750W regulated 48V-to-12V converter

The new DCM3717 enables customers in data centre, automotive and industrial markets to quickly deploy high-performance 48V power delivery for legacy 12V loads while achieving significant power-system size, weight and efficiency benefits. The DCM3717 operates from a 40 – 60V SELV input, is non-isolated and provides a regulated output with a range of 10.0 – … Continue reading Vicor’s DCM3717, a 750W regulated 48V-to-12V converter