Tritium has been chosen as technology partner for the construction of 100 high-power charging sites across Germany, France, UK, Norway and Sweden.
ARENA has announced $1.5 million to fund Australia's first green hydrogen innovation hub at Jandakot, a southern suburb of Perth.
The project will investigate how tidal energy can contribute to Australia's energy mix by producing clean, predictable renewable energy.
Electric vehicles (EVs) could represent 90% of all cars and light commercial vehicles on Australian roads by 2050.
Tesvolt and Unlimited Energy have been awarded for their work on a Western Australian avocado farm that has operated on battery power alone for the last 660 days.
ARENA has announced up to $2.5m in funding for Hydro Tasmania to complete final feasibility analysis into the proposed redevelopment of the Tarraleah hydropower scheme.
Businesses and investors now have access to a data-rich platform that maps out Australia's biomass hotspots.
An innovative power and data generation technology built on the durability of steel is changing the way our urban environments consider pedestrian foot traffic.
ARENA has announced $2 million in funding to help an Australian oilseed crushing, refining and packaging company make the switch to bioenergy.
Regional mayors recently rallied together at the famous Mount Panorama racetrack in Bathurst to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs).
The fast charger is conveniently located for customers to top up their electric vehicles while they do their grocery shopping.
Since 2016 Muntons has operated a closed-loop system which turns liquid malt waste into a high-quality biofertiliser at its production plant in Suffolk, England.
The coal boiler at Fonterra's Brightwater dairy factory is about to get an upgrade, adding capacity to burn wood biomass to generate steam.
ABB has launched its latest EV charging solution, the Terra High Power (Terra HP). By operating at powers of up to 350 kW, the charger is said to add up to 200 km of range to an electric vehicle in 8 min.
A major Australian construction project has cut carbon emissions by 100 tonnes thanks to the use of a fuel blend made up of 20% biodiesel — mainly consisting of cooking oil.