The NSW government is funding Asset AI, a $2.9 million trial – currently involving 32 sensors installed on 32 public transport buses across Greater Sydney area – which is being led by Transport for NSW and the Roads and Transport Directorate.
Up to 3,500 electric vehicle chargers will be rolled out across regional NSW, as the NSW government offers $20 million in grants to establish Australia’s largest destination charging network.
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).
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.
From Broken Hill to Newcastle and Bega to Ballina, NSW’s nation-leading Spatial Digital Twin will soon provide a 4D model for the entire state with a $40 million investment from the NSW Digital Restart Fund (DRF).
ANSTO, Australia’s knowledge centre for nuclear science and technology, will connect STEM graduates with industry to work on real-world challenges through its FutureNow Scholarships for 2022.
In an unprecedented leap from current computers, quantum computing could run the transport network in NSW, reducing delays, improving reliability and optimising journeys.
A new pilot program has been introduced by the federal government to back Australia’s largest fleet of electric buses, with 40 new vehicles to be deployed across Sydney.
The New South Wales government’s Centre for Work Health and Safety is developing a digital Artificial Intelligence (AI) Risk Management Tool, to help businesses manage workplace health and safety (WHS) risks when introducing and using the technology.
A proposed $1.3 billion hydrogen-gas turbine power station in Port Kembla has been declared Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI), in its importance to its capacity of renewable energy in NSW.
The Carbon Market Institute, independent industry association, has announced Australia’s world-first Australian Carbon Industry Code of Conduct is now fully operational.
The Australian Government through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced that it will jointly fund a new technical feasibility study into using an underground coal mine as part of a Pumped Hydro Energy Storage (PHES) scheme in New South Wales. On behalf of the Australian Government, ARENA will provide $995,000 in funding … Continue reading A second life for coal mines through pumped hydro and renewable energy
The NSW Government is to invest $12.5 million to support the expansion of the Innovation Precinct at the Lucas Heights campus of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO). State Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation, Kevin Anderson, visited ANSTO to be briefed on how the investment will assist scientists, students, start-ups and industries … Continue reading ANSTO Innovation Precinct to receive $1.25 million from NSW government
A Cyber Security Innovation Node will be established in NSW as part of a national network to accelerate the growth of the cyber security industry. The announcement follows the launch this month of the NSW Cyber Security Industry Development Strategy and the launch in September of a cyber strategy focused on protecting government data services. … Continue reading NSW government establishes new cyber security innovation network