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Aluminium giant Alcoa reports disappointing earnings for 3rd quarter

As a result of the fall in the price of aluminium, as well as the sharp slowdown of some markets in China, aluminium giant...

Alcoa wins $1bn Airbus deal

Aluminium giant Alcoa has announced that it has signed a $1 billion deal with Airbus Group SE – the largest deal for aerospace fastening...

Alcoa to split into two separate companies

Alcoa has announced that it will split its global operations into two independent companies – one focused on specialist manufacturing operations, the other on...

Open Innovation West conference: Driving performance through collaboration

There’s just under a month remaining until the inaugural conference on October 29, and Open Innovation West are encouraging manufacturers, and associated supply chain businesses,...

Capturing solar energy to deliver ‘microgrid’ power to remote towns in Western Australia

MEDIA RELEASE Remote locations such as Marble Bar and Nullagine in Western Australia, towns which are not connected to the grid, would typically rely solely...

WA to become global hub for carbon capture with new National Geosequestration Laboratory

The $48.4 million National Geosequestration Laboratory (NGL) in Perth was officially opened by Minister for Industry Ian Macfarlane last week. The new centre – a collaboration...

Lockheed Martin hot on the trail of nuclear fusion

Nuclear fusion is the thing that could save the energy economy. It smashes atoms together at high temperatures and creates new particles in a...

Melbourne University Scientists and CSIRO’s printable solar panels soon to hit the market

According to an article published on the ABC, scientists are one step closer to providing a fast and low-cost process of printing solar cells...

Australia’s soon to be largest solar plant, a step closer to perfection

On a 250 hectare site, 550 km northwest of Sydney, Australia's soon to be largest solar plant moves a step closer to completion. The...

V/Line’s first solar powered level crossing installed at Huntly

Minister for Public Transport Terry Mulder has announced that V/Line — Australia's largest regional public transport — has installed its first solar powered level...
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