Last week, on behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) announced $1.71 million in funding to BP Australia to assess the feasibility of building a renewable hydrogen and ammonia production facility in Geraldton, Western Australia. BP will be supported by GHD Advisory to deliver the $4.42 million feasibility study, which will … Continue reading BP Australia study looks to scale up renewable hydrogen for export
Infigen Energy has announced that it would proceed to construction of the 113.2 MW Bodangora wind farm near Wellington in New South Wales.
Emerson will provide control systems and project services for a new waste-to-energy power plant near Knaresborough Allerton, North Yorkshire, UK.
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is lending up to $AUD9.1 million to the University of Melbourne to finance emissions and cost-saving initiatives that will reduce the University’s energy bills, while increasing productivity and sustainability.
Energy Independent Vehicles 2016-2026, the brand new report from IDTechEx Research, argues that electric energy independent vehicles (EIVs) will be one of the most important megatrends this century because buying and delivering fuel becomes a thing of the past and a major source of global and local pollution is eliminated.
Ultimately, all of the oil we use to power our modern lives comes from living creatures such as algae – albeit ones that lived 3.5 billion years ago, before gradually morphing into fossil fuel.
Columbia University associate professor of biological sciences and physics Ozgur Sahin, Ph.D., said the world could have a new and totally renewable power source quite literally at its fingertips.
Schneider Electric recently hosted the 24 finalists (12 teams) for its global business case challenge, Go Green in the City, in Paris, France, from June 22 to 25, 2015.
CST Wastewater Solutions installed Global Water Engineering’s COHRAL plant at Oakey Beef Exports in Australia as part of a green energy initiative.
The solar power plant will float on a wastewater treatment facility in Jamestown.
CST Wastewater Solutions represents GWE technology in Australasia.
The system monitors the supply of biogas as well as the electricity produced and maintains a complete overview of fuel cell operation.
An organic waste-to-energy project in a Canadian city is using a proven technology from Global Water Engineering to produce green power and bio fertiliser.