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Australian gov’t unveils draft energy plan, signals price stabilisation amid global crisis

The recent release of the draft Default Market Offer (DMO) has signalled a positive turn in stabilising energy prices amid the aftermath of the largest global energy crisis in half a century.

Gov’t launches electric truck fleet to drive manufacturing innovation

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has unveiled a fleet of 43 electric trucks hitting Sydney roads, signalling a significant advancement in the government's "Driving the Nation" program.

Green energy surge sparks emission reductions in Australia, says analysis

Australia's efforts to transition to renewable energy sources have yielded significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, with the latest analysis revealing a decline in emissions for the September 2023 quarter compared to the same period in 2022.

Aussie steel manufacturing industry gets $200M gov’t boost

The Australian government has announced $200 million in grant funding that aims to help Australian steel manufacturers be globally competitive and secure the future of the local steelmaking industry. 

Gov’t pledges $136.8M to BlueScope for clean energy steel production

Australian steelmaker BlueScope Steel has secured $136.8 million in grant funding from the Australian Government's Powering the Regions Fund (PRF).

Gov’t injects $70M into Townsville’s renewable hydrogen hub

The Australian Government is committing up to $70 million to establish the Townsville Region Hydrogen Hub in North Queensland in a move towards solidifying Australia's position as a renewable energy powerhouse.

Australian manufacturing gets boost in new gas supply deals

The Australian government has secured two new enforceable commitments with gas giants Esso and Woodside as part of the new Gas Market Code laws. 

Tasmania’s Bell Bay to become hub for $70M hydrogen initiative

The Australian Government has committed to a $70 million investment in developing the Bell Bay hydrogen hub in Northern Tasmania.

CSIRO report: Renewables remain cheapest source as nuclear energy costs skyrocket

Renewables remain the cheapest form of reliable energy in Australia now and to 2030, according to the consultation draft of the 2023-24 GenCost report. 

bp’s H2Kwinana project hits major milestone with gov’t backing

Australian manufacturer bp has entered the front-end engineering and design (FEED) phase of its H2Kwinana project in Western Australia, marking a significant step in the company's commitment to sustainable energy solutions.
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