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.
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.
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.
This year's Bioenergy Innovation Awards celebrated the industry's innovators at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane as part of the Bioenergy Strong 2019 two-day conference.
SUEZ-ResourceCo's Wingfield facility is celebrating the production of 1 million tonnes of alternative fuel, a process that has diverted more than 2 million tonnes of waste from landfill.
Bioenergy Australia invites stakeholders in waste and circular economy policy leadership, waste management, financing and project development to Bioenergy STRONG 2019.
The international hydrogen and fuel cell industry will meet at the f-cell trade event to discuss the future of fuel cell technology.
Barnawartha biodiesel plant in north-east Victoria has restarted operations, commencing production of low-carbon renewable biofuels B5, B20 and B100.
The Biogas Dehumidification System (BDS) from HRS Heat Exchangers removes water from biogas, protecting combined heat and power (CHP) engines from corrosion and cavitation.
Hydrostor Australia has been awarded $9 million in funding for what is claimed to be Australia's first energy storage project using compressed air.
Baker Hughes NovaLT gas turbine generators will be installed at H2U's South Australian Renewable Hydrogen and Ammonia Supply Chain Demonstrator in Port Lincoln.
The Australian and New Zealand green building councils have revealed the triple bottom line benefits of green-certified health facilities.