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DECO Australia’s Southwest Sydney facility now powered with solar energy

DECO Australia, a family-owned manufacturer of timber-look aluminium building products, has successfully equipped its manufacturing facility in Minto, Southwest Sydney, with over 950 solar panels. 

WA advances climate response with carbon capture and storage bill

Mines and Petroleum, and Hydrogen Industry Minister Bill Johnston has introduced the Petroleum Legislation Amendment Bill 2023 and the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Safety Levies Amendment Bill 2023 in the Western Australian Parliament.

Fortescue invests $35M in Michigan advanced manufacturing facility

Global green energy company Fortescue Metals Group has unveiled ambitious plans to inaugurate a cutting-edge Advanced Manufacturing Centre in Michigan, USA. This strategic move involves...

Real Pet Food Company boosts manufacturing sustainability with Rockwell Automation’s solution

Industrial automation and digital transformation giant Rockwell Automation has secured a contract to supply energy management software to Real Pet Food Company to boost sustainable manufacturing across four production facilities in Australia.

Report reveals Australian green hydrogen’s potential to cut global carbon emissions, generate billions

Australia is poised to play a key role in reducing global carbon emissions and reaping billions in export revenue through the utilisation of green hydrogen for the manufacture of green steel, ammonia, cement, eFuels, and mining explosives, according to a report from global consultancy firm Partners in Performance.

Japan’s EX-Fusion to construct green energy facility in South Australia

Japanese company EX-Fusion is establishing its international presence in South Australia, with plans to produce a safe and reliable source of green energy. 

NSW rolls out net zero emissions policy for heavy road vehicles, rail freight

The NSW Government has unveiled a new policy aimed at reducing emissions in the heavy road and rail freight sector, which is a significant step in its commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

Western Sydney University converts construction waste into recycled concrete products

Western Sydney University is pioneering research focused on recycled concrete products aimed at reducing construction waste, paving the way toward a more sustainable future for the construction industry.

ATSE lauds National Science and Research Priorities’ emphasis on achieving net zero emissions

Engineers and applied scientists at the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) have welcomed the strong focus on attaining net zero emissions indicated in Minister Ed Husic's proposed National Science and Research Priorities.

Businesses increase supply chain focus to accelerate decarbonisation efforts – research says

Schneider Electric Sustainability Index 2023 report has revealed that companies are concentrating more on supply chains to reduce their emissions with 78 per cent of business leaders agreeing that ‘companies can significantly address their carbon footprint through greater visibility of environmental outcomes across their supply chain’.

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