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Renewable hydrogen plant to fuel heavy transport in Queensland’s Western Downs 

The Queensland Government is investing $28.9 million for the construction of a renewable hydrogen demonstration plant and refuelling facilities on the Western Downs, near...

Cochlear-backed Aussie innovator raises $16m to test seizure epilepsy monitoring device

Australian medical device innovator Epiminder has raised $16 million to expand its ongoing UMPIRE (sUb-scalp Monitoring ePileptic seIzuREs) clinical trial for Minder®, an ultra-long-term ambulatory electroencephalography...

Dr Guy Debelle is FFi’s new CFO

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has announced the appointment of Dr Guy Debelle as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Dr Debelle has been the Deputy Governor of...

Origin announces $250 million share buy-back

Origin has announced a $250 million share buy-back expected to commence in April 2022. According to Origin CEO Frank Calabria, the decision was made in...

Austal Australia launches second Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boat

Austal Australia has successfully launched Hull 812, the second of six Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boats for the Royal Australian Navy. The ship was launched at...

Fast charger manufacturer Tritium appoints new COO

Brisbane-based fast charger manufacturer Tritium has announced the appointment of Glen Casey as the Company’s new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Mr Casey will step into his...

Woodside successfully installs 3D printed part into critical service on operating asset

Woodside has announced that it has successfully installed and placed into operation its first 3D printed part.   Namely, the company installed a 3D printed...

World’s first regenerating battery train to be developed in Australia

Fortescue has announced plans to develop the world's first Infinity Train – a regenerating battery-electric iron ore train that will use gravitational energy to...

Construction of the world’s largest electrolyser facility commences in Queensland

Fortescue has announced that it has started to construct of the world’s largest electrolyser facility in Gladstone Queensland. According to the official announcement, the A$114...

Genex secures funds for Bouldercombe battery project

Genex has announced that it has secured $40 million from domestic and international institutional investors and can proceed with the construction of the Bouldercombe...
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