Chemical engineers have made 'green' ammonia from air, water and renewable electricity, without the high temperatures, high pressure and huge infrastructure currently needed to produce it.
Researchers from the University of Sydney have devised a method to efficiently convert water into hydrogen, making strides in its development as a clean energy store for fuel cells.
A research team led by RMIT University has developed an efficient, low-cost method for recycling used cooking oil and agricultural waste into biodiesel.
Low-cost green hydrogen has been manufactured using a combination of solar energy and water harvested from air.
Although the manufacturing industry has thrown its support behind the federal government's new Gas Recovery Plan, some experts have criticised the move.
Coal-fired power stations could be converted to run entirely fossil fuel-free by using a new type of thermal storage material housed in LEGO-like blocks.
With gas still a key part of many industrial heating applications, researchers are looking for renewable alternatives.
A new facility for electric vehicle chargers is being developed by ABB in San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy.
UNSW has entered into an agreement with Dutch electric bus manufacturer Ebusco, aiming to boost the development of electric vehicles in Australia.
Water vapour from the atmosphere could be used as a source of renewable energy, according to a new study.
Veolia Water Technologies will assist in the creation of a soluble fertiliser in the Western Australian outback.
ResourceCo Asia has successfully tendered to build the first major energy-from-waste facility in Greater Jakarta's Tangerang City.
A new contract will see Macquarie University powered by a 100% renewable source of energy into the future.
Could the agave plant hold the key to sustainable biofuel production in Australia?
A new method that involves converting durian and jackfruit waste into supercapacitors that can charge mobile phones has just been developed.