Energy > Emission control

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.

CSIRO–GTI partnership to develop supercritical CO2 plant

03 December, 2020

A Joint Industry Program to develop a supercritical CO2 (sCO2) power plant has been agreed by CSIRO and US-based GTI.

Gas monitoring solution deployed at high-tech waste-to-energy plant

27 October, 2020

ABB gas analysers will help to safely produce 29 MW of baseload electricity from non-recyclable waste at a new waste-to-energy plant near Perth.

Green energy solution for Greenham

25 August, 2020

Simons Green Energy provided HW Greenham & Sons with an end-to-end solution for their meat processing site in Tongala, Victoria.

ABB Electrification Terra AC wallbox

02 June, 2020

The Terra AC wallbox from ABB Electrification is designed for connected charging in homes and businesses.

Global emissions cut by 17% during pandemic

21 May, 2020

A massive decline in energy demand during the COVID-19 crisis saw carbon emissions drop by 17% on a daily basis during April.

How magnetism might recharge an electric car as it drives

12 May, 2020

Engineers have demonstrated a practical way to use magnetism to transmit electricity wirelessly to recharge electric cars, robots and even drones.

ARENA funds renewable methane demo plant

11 May, 2020

A $2.2 million project will see construction of a demonstration renewable methane plant to assess the benefits of using methane to 'green' Australia's gas networks.

How to cut 'carbon-in-transit'

08 April, 2020

According to new research, travelling carbon emissions along the supply chain account for a whopping 10% of all global emissions.

Western Sydney on a mission to slash emissions

07 February, 2020

Nine Western Sydney councils have launched the Western Sydney Energy Program — a strategy to slash emissions and boost energy savings for a more sustainable, affordable energy future.

Battery investment critical to Paris target

20 January, 2020

Battery technologies could reduce emissions in the transport and power sectors by 30%, according to a World Economic Forum report.

500+ companies commit to reach net zero emissions by 2030

12 December, 2019

Over 500 certified B Corporations have announced they are publicly committing to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions to achieve net zero by 2030.

EV charger with integrated solar works 4x faster

22 October, 2019

Australian motorists will soon be able to charge their electric vehicles (EVs) up to four times faster with the release of what is claimed to be the world's first two-in-one solar inverter and EV charger.

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