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New federal budget to foster Australian industry’s low-carbon future

The Albanese government has placed a heavy emphasis on its efforts to promote energy security and a low-carbon future with the release of its second Budget. 

Australian governments to collaborate to boost critical minerals sector

Resources and mining ministers across federal, state, and territory governments across Australia are set to collaborate to support the development of Australia’s critical minerals sector. 

Northern Territory highlights critical minerals credentials in new report

Minister for Mining and Industry Nicole Manison said that recent data found the cost of critical minerals exploration in the Northern Territory increased by about 30 per cent in 2022 to $198.6 million –up from $153.4 million in 2021. 

WA looks to establish wind turbine manufacturing industry

The Western Australian government has commissioned a study into the feasibility of establishing a local wind turbine components manufacturing industry. 

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...

ABB wins transformer order for off-shore wind project in North Sea

Media Release High-performance transformers to be installed in a major offshore wind project that will provide clean power for up to a million homes in...

Qld Government greenlights $200m wind farm for the State’s Far North

The Queensland State Government has given the go-ahead for the construction of a new $200 million wind farm to be located 60 kms south-west...

Tamar Hydro to create 20 advanced manufacturing jobs in Tasmania

Tamar Hydro and their business partner, Genco Energy, have secured a $300 million contract to build a hydro network in Indonesia. Tamar’s scope of work,...

Proposed $280m Granville Harbour wind farm achieves significant milestone

The $280-million Granville Harbour wind farm on Tasmania’s West coast has edged closer to realisation with the signing of a power purchase agreement between...

Australia’s third largest wind farm comes online

Victoria has edged closer to achieving its 25% renewables target by 2020 with the official opening of the Ararat wind farm. Developed by Renewable Energy...
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