Energy > Emission control

Clean energy Budget a "step in the right direction"

23 May, 2023

Following the launch of the Energy Next agenda, the speakers have given their opinions on the federal clean energy Budget.

Energy savings winning at Melbourne Cricket Ground

05 May, 2023

Australia's iconic MCG has achieved high energy, cost and emissions savings under the energy performance contract between Siemens and the Melbourne Cricket Club.

Research shows large investment needed into climate change

26 April, 2023

CEIG has released research highlighting that a $421 billion investment is needed for Australia to align with global ambitions for limiting climate change.

National Electric Vehicle Strategy announced

21 April, 2023

The government has released the first National Electric Vehicle Strategy — a roadmap to ensure Australians have a better choice of electric vehicles.

Taronga Zoos now 100% renewable

05 April, 2023

Taronga Zoo and Taronga Western Plains Zoo have become the first zoos in NSW to be powered by 100% renewable electricity.

CSIRO Roadmap could be key for renewable energy

29 March, 2023

CSIRO's Energy Storage Roadmap outlines the role that concentrating solar thermal power can play in supplying industrial heat and long-duration storage.

Construction industry's pathway to net zero by 2040

20 February, 2023

A guide produced by UNSW experts is designed to help the construction industry achieve net zero in the built environment by 2040.

Ventia to provide LED lighting program for Defence Australia

13 February, 2023

Ventia proposed a program to assess the lifecycle cost of lighting and replace the aged and inefficient lighting at Defence bases with LED lighting.

Race to zero: vehicle brands' progress to no emissions

11 November, 2022

The Climate Council has developed a ranking of some of the top-selling cars in Australia to find who's the cleanest in terms of emissions.

New carbon storage sites announced for WA, NT

29 August, 2022

Two offshore greenhouse gas storage facilities have been approved, for the first time since 2014, with carbon capture group CO2CRC welcoming the announcement.

Overcoming challenges in CCUS operations

01 August, 2022 by Amy Loi, Director at Emerson Automation Solutions

Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) is the process of capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions at the source, or directly from the air, and preventing them from entering the atmosphere.

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.

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