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South Korean steel, French energy firms partner for Pilbara hydrogen study

POSCO, a South Korean steel manufacturing company, and ENGIE, a French energy provider, have jointly embarked on a pre-feasibility study for a substantial renewable hydrogen project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Victoria adds 150-MW storage capacity to big battery pipeline

Victoria is getting an additional 150-MW energy storage capacity with a new big battery installed at the former coal-fired power station in Hazelwood, Gippsland. 

Victoria begins electric bus deployment in Melbourne, installs first offsite charging station

The Victorian government has deployed the first of eight electric buses in Melbourne’s southeast and Australia’s first offsite charging station at Monash University.

Future Fuels Fund revved up to provide EV charging nationally

Media Release On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced $24.55 million in funding to five applicants across...

ARENA-backed projects to roll out more than 400 EV fast charging stations across Australia

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $24.55 million in funding to five applicants across 19 projects to expand Australia’s fast charging network...

Monash signs MoU with ENGIE to accelerate Net Zero Initiative

Media Release Monash University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with global energy company ENGIE. The two organisations will explore opportunities to co-develop scalable zero-carbon...

ARENA announces $995,000 in funding for Yara hydrogen study

ARENA has announced $995,000 in funding to Yara Pilbara Fertilisers to support a feasibility study for the production of renewable hydrogen and ammonia. Yara will...

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...

ENGIE shuts down Hazelwood plant, hundreds of jobs to go

France's ENGIE announced that it will shut down its aging Hazelwood plant in Victoria's Latrobe Valley by the end of March next year. The 1,600...
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