The forum is a chance for the waste-to-energy industry to address waste hierarchy fundamentals and changing perceptions about WtE facilities and their role within an integrated waste management strategy.
A research team from Tokyo University of Science has found that, compared with lithium rechargeable batteries, potassium-driven batteries show promise as a low-cost, more sustainable option.
Battery technologies could reduce emissions in the transport and power sectors by 30%, according to a World Economic Forum report.
Purdue scientists calculate the potential of the dark underside of a solar panel, which can be used to convert sunlight reflected off the ground into more electricity.
WA's Renewable Hydrogen Fund has awarded $243,000 to EDL's study to produce hydrogen from renewable energy sources.
A team of researchers has demonstrated a sustainable, more cost-effective way of creating hydrogen, publishing results in Nature Communications.
Representatives of smaller communities are overwhelmed by a huge amount of information regarding emerging energy technologies, which tends to exacerbate existing uncertainty.
Over 500 certified B Corporations have announced they are publicly committing to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions to achieve net zero by 2030.
ARENA has announced up to $15m in funding to support research that aims to address end-of-life issues for solar PV panels, as well as increasing their efficiency and lowering their cost.
1414 Degrees is set to acquire SolarReserve Australia II, which owns the Aurora Solar Energy Project near Port Augusta in South Australia and two solar sites in NSW.
Property manager ISPT has installed 13,000 high-tech solar panels across 75,000 m2 of roof space and 12 retail properties in NSW, Victoria and the ACT.
The Hydrogen Industry Cluster is set to drive crucial collaboration across the emerging hydrogen value chain, building the scale and capabilities of existing industry start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs.
A Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) report reveals that 70 leading Australian organisations have switched to renewable energy in the past two years.