Energy

Green energy and pollution monitoring

11 September, 2009 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

The FCI ST51 and ST98 Flow Meters are used to deliver accurate flow measurement in green electric power co-generation and pollution monitoring/control applications.


SA company certified Greenhouse Friendly

11 September, 2009 | Supplied by: ResourceCo Pty Ltd

A South Australian company has become the first waste-to-energy company in Australia to be certified Greenhouse Friendly by the Department of Climate Change. SITA ResourceCo Alternative Fuels underwent rigorous independent verification to achieve its new status.


Renewable energy from wet waste stream

11 September, 2009 | Supplied by: Quantum BioEnergy Limited

Gold Coast-based renewable energy company Quantum BioEnergy has been busy for the past nine months installing its first 1.26 MW of power generation from wet waste streams. What makes the Quantum situation unusual is that the company is commissioning its first installations at two sites simultaneously.


Toyota kicks off pilot production of home-grown hybrid

01 September, 2009

The Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Senator Kim Carr has congratulated Toyota on starting pilot production of the first home-grown hybrid.


Wireless automatic meter reading

25 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Clarke & Severn Electronics

Based on Coronis Systems Wavenis technology, the Waveflow meter monitor provides fast access to current consumption data and automatic warnings about leaks, tampering and consumption profiles for business and residential installations.


Ocean power partnership: BioPower Systems and Siemens sign MoU

20 August, 2009

Australia’s ocean energy company BioPower Systems and engineering and technology company Siemens have announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding to evaluate and develop joint opportunities for ocean power conversion.


Sun sets on real green jobs while politicians fiddle

06 August, 2009

In the wake of the federal government’s 50,000 green jobs announcement, Conergy, a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of renewable energy systems, is reminding Australians that there are real green jobs in the solar industry crying out for the promised support of our elected politicians.


Infrared cameras for greenhouse gases

28 July, 2009 | Supplied by: FLIR Systems Australia Pty Ltd

FLIR has released its second-generation line of GF-Series infrared cameras, previously known as GasFindIR.


Large-scale photovoltaic plant

28 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Bonfiglioli Transmission Pty Ltd

Inverter technology being introduced to Australasia by industrial drives manufacturer Bonfiglioli has been selected for use at one of the world's biggest photovoltaic energy installations.


Energy management software

28 July, 2009 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The PowerLogic ION Enterprise 6.0 is a complete energy management solution for energy providers and industrial or commercial operations. It claims to help engineering and management personnel cut energy-related costs, avoid downtime and optimise equipment utilisation.


ExxonMobil to launch biofuels program

16 July, 2009

Exxon Mobil Corporation has announced an alliance with a leading biotech company, Synthetic Genomics Inc, to research and develop next-generation biofuels from photosynthetic algae.


Clean energy from the world's deserts

15 July, 2009

ABB, a participant in the Desertec industry initiative, has announced that the idea of generating clean electricity in the world’s deserts is making progress.


'Babydoll' sheep to reduce emissions at vineyard

14 July, 2009

In his quest to develop a sustainable vineyard, Peter Yealands has come up with a novel way to keep the grass down at his 1000 hectare vineyard — miniature sheep.  
 


Energy-efficiency benchmark for reducing carbon emissions

08 July, 2009

Leighton Contractors and e3k have teamed up to create the Leighton Energy Efficiency Equations (Le3) for benchmarking the energy efficiency of material transportation.


Partnership to provide visualisation technology

11 June, 2009

Autodesk has announced it is partnering with the Clinton Climate Initiative to provide visualisation technology for Project Two Degrees.


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