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Wastewater-produced biomethane gas in NSW to potentially be used in manufacturing processes

An Australian-first project in New South Wales has seen biomethane injected into the gas network, which can be used in those manufacturing processes that currently rely on gas for heat.

Australian energy storage installations hit record high in 2022

A new report by energy sector consultancy SunWiz has revealed that the number of battery installations connected to solar systems increased by 55 per cent in 2022 when compared to installations in the previous year. 

Expert advisory group to oversee SEC initiatives

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for the State Electricity Commission (SEC) Lily D’Ambrosio announced on Tuesday a panel of six energy experts and business leaders to advise the government on reviving the SEC.

APPEA appeals for gas supply, emissions reductions budget

The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) has called on the Federal Government to prioritise building a reliable investment environment in the 2023–24 Budget.

AGL lodges application for 200MW grid-scale battery at Loy Yang Power Station in the...

Media Release AGL has lodged a planning application to the Victorian Minister for Planning and the Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning for a...

Neoen to commence construction of three large solar plants in NSW within weeks

Renewable energy company Neoen is set to begin construction of three big solar plants in NSW that will nearly double the amount of big...
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