Energy > Emission control

Cambridge scientists develop CO2-absorbing 'battery'

08 June, 2022

A supercapacitor device similar to a battery absorbs CO2 while being charged, making it attractive for carbon capture and storage uses.

Henkel Australia swaps to 100% renewable energy sources

06 May, 2022

Two adhesive manufacturing sites in NSW and Victoria are relying wholly on renewable energy.

Energy use must halve to prevent catastrophic warming

02 May, 2022

A change in how we use energy must be initiated in order to prevent the world exceeding the 1.5°C warming limit.

Electric vehicles to help with Christmas deliveries

02 December, 2021

Australia Post has welcomed the first of 20 electric trucks to its national delivery fleet, with three Fuso eCanters now delivering parcels to customers in Melbourne ahead of Christmas.

Electrification would reduce Australia's energy bills: report

07 October, 2021

Australian households could vastly reduce their energy bills through electrification, and cut domestic emissions by around one-third by 2030.

Mapping Australia's path to net zero emissions

23 September, 2021

Australia will need an estimated investment of $165 billion in clean-energy capacity if the country is to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Program to help councils supercharge climate action

10 September, 2021

A pilot program has been designed to help local governments determine high-impact solutions for reducing emissions in their local area.

Australia must reach net zero emissions: ATSE

06 September, 2021

To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, Australia must reach net zero emissions by 2050 at the very latest and set ambitious interim emissions targets for 2030.

MARSIC emission measuring device ensures greater transparency on the world's oceans

04 August, 2021

A new measurement device enables ships to maintain reliable exhaust gas cleaning and provides data to open up new application possibilities.

How capturing biogas can reduce greenhouse emissions

28 May, 2021

Could your business be reducing carbon emissions from fossil fuels through the production and use of biogas?

Qld Catholic education goes renewable

17 May, 2021

More than 100 Catholic schools will be powered by 100% renewable energy thanks to a PPA between Brisbane Catholic Education and ENGIE ANZ.

ACOR investigates organic waste to clean energy

19 April, 2021

A discussion paper has been released by the Australian Council of Recycling, investigating the potential to turn Australia's waste into clean energy.

Coca-Cola Amatil commits to renewable energy future

15 April, 2021

Coca-Cola Amatil has joined the global RE100 renewable energy initiative, committing to power its entire operations with 100% renewable electricity by 2030.

Spanish waste-to-energy plant installs SICK technology for emission measurement

01 April, 2021

SICK Spain installed two measurement systems at TERSA Group's plant in Sant Adrià del Besòs near Barcelona, doubling the reliability of the plant's emissions data.

Brown coal gasification proposal questioned

16 March, 2021

Catalysis scientist and entrepreneur Professor Thomas Maschmeyer has questioned proposals to generate liquid hydrogen from brown coal fields by gasification.

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