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DroneShield wins $5.7M repeat order from US gov’t

DroneShield Ltd announced a repeat order worth AUD 5.7 million from a US Government customer for its Counter-UxS (C-UxS) systems.

NOVONIX awarded USD 103M in tax credits by US gov’t for battery materials production

Novonix, an ASX-listed manufacturer of battery materials and technology, has been chosen by the US Department of Energy (DOE) to receive a USD 103 million (AUD 159 million) tax credit under the Qualifying Advanced Energy Project Allocation Program.

Aussie startup selected by US gov’t-backed catalyst accelerator for SDA technology

Australian startup Quasar Satellite Technologies has been selected as one of seven companies, and the sole international organisation, to participate in the 13th Catalyst Accelerator.

US unveils national standards proposal to reduce vehicle carbon emissions

The US government has set out to accelerate its efforts to transition towards a clean vehicle future and address the climate crisis with a new proposal for federal vehicle emissions standards. 

Loan of up to US$700 million offered for Ioneer’s Rhyolite Ridge Project

Ioneer Ltd has announced the completion of a term sheet and the offer of a Conditional Commitment for a potential loan from the U.S...

Lockheed Martin, Sintavia spearhead research to advance metal additive manufacturing

Lockheed Martin has ventured into a research partnership with Sintavia to further study metal additive manufacturing (AM) opportunities as an alternative to castings and forgings. 

Australian EV charging company Tritium to supply fast chargers to US government

Brisbane-based manufacturer of electric vehicle fast chargers developer Tritium DCFC is now offering its direct current fast chargers to US government agencies. 
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