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The world is entering a new age of clean technology manufacturing, and countries’ industrial...

The energy world is at the dawn of a new industrial age – the age of clean energy technology manufacturing – that is creating major new markets and millions of jobs but also raising new risks, prompting countries across the globe to devise industrial strategies to secure their place in the new global energy economy, according to a major new IEA report.

CSIRO’s silicon roadmap lays out domestic manufacturing plans for PV solar

Commissioned by Australia’s national science industry CSIRO, the Australian Silicon Action Plan report suggests the establishment of a domestic solar supply chain to position Australia as a global superpower for solar PV electricity generation. 

Minerals processing roadmap: An opportunity for jobs and climate

Media Release The Federal Government’s plan to boost processing of critical minerals needed for batteries, solar panels and wind turbines is a welcome step that...

$17 million awarded to WA businesses for Australia’s largest SPS rollout

Four Western Australian businesses have been awarded contracts totalling $17 million to carry out Australia's largest single rollout of stand-alone power systems (SPS) across...

One in three Queensland homes are now equipped with rooftop solar panels

More than 600,000 Queensland homes and small businesses now have rooftop solar panels, demonstrating the state's commitment to utilising renewable energy to help drive...

CS Energy signs PPA for Columboola Solar Farm

CS Energy has signed a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to purchase 100 per cent of the output of the 162 megawatt Columboola Solar...

Grants to increase recycling of solar panel and battery storage systems

The NSW Government is investing $10 million to help improve environmental performance by diverting end-of-life solar panel systems from landfill.  Although current waste volumes are...

Seraphim signs 150MW PV module supply agreement with Raystech

Solar products manufacturer Seraphim (formally Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System Co., Ltd.) has entered into a 150 MW photovoltaic modules supply agreement with Raystech Group,...

$66.3 million renewable energy technologies boost in WA recovery

The McGowan Government has launched on Sunday a $66.3 million package focused on renewable energy technologies to support Western Australia's recovery following the impacts...

One of Victoria’s largest industrial solar power stations set to come online in South...

The high tech Nine Mile Fresh apple processing and packing facility in South East Gippsland is set to slash its spiralling energy bills by...
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