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
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
The roll out of Australia’s biggest smart pole installation has begun across Newcastle, north of Sydney as Newcastle City Council unveils an ambitious smart city plan.
Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg has talked of an “urgent” need to increase gas supplies to improve energy security. But how much extra gas do we need? And how do we square this with the equally pressing need to reduce our use of fossil fuels?
Launched earlier this month, the NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is a collaboration between the NSW government, universities and industry to research and develop small, smart devices that can be used in applications such as water quality, wearables, biomedical, wildlife and air sensing.
The NSW Government is calling for proposals on energy storage for the first round of its Advanced Energy Challenge (AEC).
According to Electrical Trades Union organiser Mick Koppie, many NSW workers say they have been left in the dark, wondering when and where these cuts will be taking place.
One of the biggest employers in regional NSW, electricity distributor Essential Energy, now has the power to forcibly cut 600 jobs after a ruling by the Fair Work Commission.
According to the NSW Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy, NSW will aim to meet its renewable energy target as per the Paris agreement. However, fossil fuels aren’t going anywhere, writes Stephanie Stefanovic.
Sensor-based listening stations that monitor the movement of sharks will be installed along the NSW coastline to prevent shark attacks this summer.
The NSW opposition has tabled a petition in Parliament containing 12,000 signatures, expressing concern about the government’s commitment to manufacturing
Workers from the Electrolux white goods factory in Orange yesterday rejected the company’s latest pay offer and say industrial action is now possible.