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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.

Ai Group calls for urgent action in decarbonising global economy with 5 goals

The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group), as part of the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative, has identified five objectives in a collective statement to enable the heavy industry to transition to net zero emissions in line with global efforts to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Natural gas crucial in bolstering Australian manufacturing amid Safeguard Mechanism downplay – says APPEA

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) chief executive Samantha McCulloch has underscored the role of natural gas in achieving net zero while also powering Australian manufacturing, in response to the planned tightening of the Safeguard Mechanism, which ignores the central role of natural gas in meeting Australia’s climate goals.

Monash and Woodside expand collaboration in low-carbon energy research and commercialisation

Monash University and Woodside Energy have renewed the Woodside Monash Energy Partnership to support Australia's low-carbon energy transition.

Volvo receives permission to test electric heavy vehicles In Queensland

The Queensland Government has allowed Volvo Group Australia to test heavy duty battery electric heavy vehicles in Australia, with Queensland playing a key role...

Consultations begin to create national battery strategy

Australia Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic has launched consultations for the country’s first National Battery Strategy during a visit to Energy Renaissance, an Australian lithium-ion battery technology and manufacturing firm, at Tomago in the New South Wales Hunter Valley.

Ingka Group buys stake in $2b Australian wind farm

Ingka Group, which owns the majority of IKEA stores worldwide, has acquired a 15 per cent stake in the AUD$ 2 billion (€1.3 billion) Golden Plains wind farm of TagEnergy near Geelong, Australia.

New Bulwer Island facility backs Qld as global hydrogen powerhouse

Japanese energy giant ENOES opens a new green hydrogen production facility at Bulwer Island, Brisbane. Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development Steven Miles stated...

Port MoU to promote energy prospects with Japan

Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) and Port of Himeji have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which aims to boost energy trade potentials between Western...

Three fundamentals needed to rebuild Australia’s manufacturing sector

A new National Reconstruction Fund recently announced by the Federal Government aims to build a future made in Australia, with a specific focus on identifying and investing in manufacturing technologies that will help the nation transition to net zero emissions.  
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