All posts by Syed Shah

OZmist fosters local innovation in dust prone environments

LINAK actuators play a key part in the automated sprayers by Victoria-based manufacturer, OZmist, who is paving the way for high-pressure misting systems within a range of environments. In many areas of the world, dust clouds can pose a severe challenge on the factory floor. The Australian enterprise OZmist, based in Wangaratta in the north-east … Continue reading OZmist fosters local innovation in dust prone environments

Reducing emissions and costs for Queensland’s manufacturing sector

On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $250,000 in funding to ERM Power, a subsidiary of Shell Energy Australia, to help Queensland manufacturing businesses better understand what’s needed to make the switch to clean energy. Twenty Queensland manufacturers will participate in the program, undergoing energy assessments that will … Continue reading Reducing emissions and costs for Queensland’s manufacturing sector

Australia’s first lithium-ion battery factory calls the Hunter Region home

Energy Renaissance, Australia’s first lithium-ion battery manufacturer, announced today that it will build Renaissance One, a new $28 million battery manufacturing facility in Tomago. The company produces batteries that are safe, affordable and optimised to perform in hot climates. Energy Renaissance’s batteries can be used to power infrastructure, buildings, businesses and homes. “We have settled … Continue reading Australia’s first lithium-ion battery factory calls the Hunter Region home

$28.5m to be invested to delivering cheap and reliable energy in WA

As part of the 2020-21 Budget, the Government will invest $28.5 million to fund energy infrastructure projects to increase Western Australia’s energy security while lowering costs and reducing emissions. The Government’s funding will support: an initial investment in a Big Battery project that will increase capacity in the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) by 100 … Continue reading $28.5m to be invested to delivering cheap and reliable energy in WA