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Wave energy project launched to drive Australian manufacturing innovation

A groundbreaking research and development project spearheaded by Australian Composites Manufacturing (ACM CRC), Ocius Technology, and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) is poised to revolutionise the utilisation of wave energy for propulsion.

Wind, solar remain Australia’s cheapest new build electricity generation— GenCost report

Renewable energy, particularly wind and solar, remains Australia’s cheapest new-build electricity generation despite a 20 per cent average increase in technology costs, the latest GenCost report revealed.

NT gov’t awards tender for large-scale wind generation study

The Northern Territory (NT) Government has granted a tender for a wind generation study that will steer the implementation of wind collection technologies in the near future and gather data to reduce risk and accelerate investment.

Labour shortages to make Australia’s renewable energy revolution impossible, survey suggests

The Australian government must provide real support to address labour shortages in the welding industry if it seeks to continue its plans for a renewable energy revolution, according to a survey conducted by Weld Australia. 

Study shows renewables generation predictability could lower operating costs

Lower electric costs for customers and more reliable sustainable energy could be some of the benefits of a new study by the University of Adelaide researchers who investigated how predictable solar or wind energy generation is and its impact on electricity market income.

CEFC targets biggest emissions abatement in largest wind farm investment

The CEFC has announced a market-leading wind investment, with its single largest investment in a wind project – which is also targeting its single largest emissions abatement.  

Queensland’s Herries Range Wind Farm to become among world’s largest

ACCIONA Energia, a global energy giant, has announced its plans to develop a massive $2 billion wind project in Queensland. 

Over 230 businesses enlist for Qld’s SuperGrid manufacturing boom

More than 230 companies have expressed interest in boosting local renewable energy supply chain opportunities in Queensland as part of the state’s SuperGrid manufacturing and jobs boom. 

Energy market watchdog AEMO issues urgent call for Marinus Link project development

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has highlighted the urgent need for reliable and clean energy that will come from the Marinus Link energy...

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...
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