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- clean energy
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- GenCost report
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- Horizon Power
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- AEMC’s new rule strengthens power systems, minimising uncertainty
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has developed a new rule to help prepare for the risk of power system events caused by abnormal conditions.
- Airbus MoU with Fortescue supports climate-neutral aviation
Airbus has signed a MoU with Fortescue Future Industries, an Australian company developing renewable energies worldwide, to study the use of liquid hydrogen and Power-to-Liquid fuels for aviation.
- Ai Group’s pre-election statement on energy and climate policies
Ai Group, Australia’s national employer association, has released its pre-election policy statement on Energy and Climate policies as part of a series of papers outlining policies that they are encouraging parties to support.
- Renewable microgrid to be developed for the Daintree
Volt Advisory Group has been awarded $18.75 million over three years from the federal government to develop a renewable energy microgrid for the Daintree region in Far North Queensland.
- Amcor commits to reach net zero emissions by 2050
Amcor, a packaging solutions producer, has committed to science-based targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
- Building a solar farm for space becomes viable, NSSN reports
Advances in space technologies and a growing capability to build and launch reliable satellites means that it is now possible to build a solar farm based in Earth’s orbit, according to NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) Space & Defence envoy, Dr Paul Scully-Power.
- CSIRO’s industrial mixing technology SWIRLFLOW achieves 25-year operations milestone
SWIRLFLOW, a mixing technology used in mineral processing, celebrated its 25-year milestone of operations in Australia and is expected to save millions in capital and production costs.
- Building a next gen hydrogen service station in Geelong
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $22.8 million in funding to Viva Energy to develop, build and operate the New Energies Service Station located in Geelong, Victoria, to support the uptake of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) in heavy fleets.
- The key to unlocking maximum value from Industry 4.0
No matter how efficient your production output is, if Industry 4.0 technologies are not used to capture and visualise the data of these processes, true manufacturing success cannot be realised.
- New principal engineer appointed for Star Scientific
Australian hydrogen research, development and deployment company, Star Scientific, has appointed Dr Ashkan Vatani to the role of principal engineer.
- Huge commercial potential for Hunter-Central Coast REZ
The Hunter and Central Coast regions are projected to continue as the energy powerhouse of NSW, according to the interest received for the Hunter-Central Coast Renewable Energy Zone (REZ).
- Major investment charges electric vehicle transition
The first electric vehicle research facility of its kind in the southern hemisphere will be established at RMIT University in the Melbourne CBD.
- SPARK Microsystems, Digi-Key announce distribution agreement
Digi-Key Electronics has secured a global distribution agreement with SPARK Microsystems to offer ultra-low power wireless communications for high-performance personal area networks and IoT-connected devices.
- Origin Energy proposes early exit from coal-fired power
Origin Energy has proposed to accelerate its exit from coal-fired power generation, having submitted notice to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) for the potential early retirement of Eraring power station in August 2025.
- eleXsys could increase distributed energy in low voltage networks
An invention by Brisbane company, eleXsys Energy, could reduce the need for costly distribution grid infrastructure by helping home solar and batteries better penetrate low voltage areas.
- RAA to build first EV charging network
The RAA, an Australian motoring organisation, has been awarded a $12.4 million grant from the South Australian government to construct and operate Australia’s first state-wide rapid electric vehicle charging network.
- Sparc Technologies enters JV for Green Hydrogen Project
Sparc Technologies Limited, a South Australian technology solutions company, has entered a joint venture with Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and the University of Adelaide to deliver a commercially viable green hydrogen via photocatalysis.
- ACCIONA Energía commits to decarbonising Queensland
Renewable energy producer, ACCIONA Energía, has joined Rio Tinto Australia, Alpha HPA and Orica in signing the Central Queensland Statement of Cooperation, committing to the shift towards decarbonisation.
- Tasmania and Flanders sign green hydrogen MoU
The Tasmanian state government has entered into a unique agreement with the region of Flanders in Northern Belgium, as the first green hydrogen MoU to be signed by the latter and first state-to-state agreement on the technology to be signed by Tasmania.
- Supporting ACT zero emissions projects with new grant program
Canberrans looking to help reduce emissions and inspire change can now apply for a Community Zero Emissions Grant, with $150,000 available to community groups and individuals.