Proteco Gold and Bundaberg Sugar have been awarded funds from the Clean Technology Investment Program.
This is a $10 million innovation experiment where businesses, entrepreneurs, innovators and students share their best ideas on how to reduce carbon emissions – and just might get funded.
Up to 20 per cent of all the state capitals’ drinking water could be treated sewer water that has been recaptured by the cities’ reservoirs.
The combination of Direct Sensing Tools and an EnCORE sampler have increased the reliability of analytical results.
The technology has potential for large-scale use, including storing energy from wind turbines and solar farms for later feeding into local electricity grids, as well as use in industry.
Existing buildings and industrial facilities will benefit from energy auditing.
Energy use is often the largest single line item on a commercial property’s expense statement and there are opportunities for minimising operating expenses.
Government’s new funding ratio increases support for manufacturers to invest in equipment and technology to reduce their power bills and emissions.
The Snowtown II wind farm development will be capable of generating 270 megawatts of renewable energy.
One of the world’s most sought-after keynote speakers at corporate events, futurist Dr Patrick Dixon gives his take on tomorrow’s technology trends.
A server-based energy and water monitoring database enables multiple stake holders at Southern Cross University to better control the use of resources at the campus.
Whilst average crystalline PV module prices fell by 67 cents per watt in 2011, average costs per watt reduced by just 42 cents.
The Pluto solar cell features a unique texturing process that improves sunlight absorption, even in conditions of low and indirect light, which enables higher efficiency.
The project will have a profound impact on how easily wind, as well as other renewable energies, are harnessed and adopted commercially worldwide – starting in Australia.
Australia’s the largest B2B media company, Reed Business Information will launch its digital sustainability magazine, Stream, this month.
Plants are unable to improve efficiency because they lack real-time performance information.