Energy

iTrans monitor

20 December, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.indsci.com/australia/

The stainless steel iTrans monitor for fixed-point gas detection is built to withstand corrosion. The monitor is suitable for installations in harsh environments such as offshore drilling platforms, chemical plants or applications near a saltwater coastline.


Coal industry welcomes funding for low emissions technologies

09 November, 2006

The Australian Coal Association has welcomed an announcement by the federal government of $125 million funding for two important clean coal and solar energy demonstration projects under the government’s Low Emissions Technology Development Fund.


Particulate emission monitor

20 October, 2006 | Supplied by: Enertec Services Ltd

The Goyen EMP7 self-contained particulate emission monitor is accurate for most particle and particle characteristics and covers a wide range of dust concentrations, insertion temperatures, duct sizes and stack materials.


Virgin calls on airlines to cut emissions now

20 October, 2006 by Carolyn Jackson, Editor

Sir Richard Branson has appealed to the rest of the world's aviation industry to follow his lead in reducing the carbon emissions that the industry generates


Ready-to-use rechargeable battery

20 October, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.sanyo.com.au/

The Eneloop battery is claimed to be the first ready-to-use NiMH rechargeable battery. It uses technology enabling the batteries to be supplied to the consumer pre-charged and ready-to-use straight off the shelf.


Partnership with the US delivers new solar technology

17 October, 2006

Minister for the Environment and heritage, Senator Ian Campbell, said a new deal worth more than $10 million dollars agreed in August under the US-Australia Climate Action Partnership (CAP) would improve the economic viability of solar power throughout the world.


WA seminar looks at energy options

29 September, 2006

WA’s future energy options will be under the spotlight at the Energy Options for Western Australia seminar at the Curtin University of Technology Council Chamber on 5 October from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.


Schemes that cut greenhouse gas emissions receive public support

28 September, 2006

Australian householders overwhelmingly support government schemes that cut greenhouse gas emissions by helping save on energy and water use, a Newspoll survey in NSW and ACT has found.


Biodiesel production plans for Australia

21 September, 2006

Australia’s diesel shortage can be solved by substituting and blending biodiesel, according to an Australian energy company.


Solar energy pays

15 September, 2006

"Solar energy businesses can increase in value even faster than oil wells," said Australian entrepreneur and scientist Dr Zhengrong Shi.


Broadening the horizon for biofuels

15 September, 2006

New Zealand needs to explore novel sources for producing biofuels if it is to play a greater role in meeting our energy needs, according to researchers at the University of Auckland.


Potential for biofuels discussed

24 August, 2006

The Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology (AIAST) will hold its annual Conference ‘Biofuels: From Paddock to Pump’ on 19 October 2006 at the Heritage Hotel in Canberra.


Flights pollute more than rail

17 August, 2006

Train Chartering in the UK has highlighted the environmental benefits of train travel compared to air or road transportation by publishing headline facts and figures on www.trainchartering.com.


Burning reclaimed waste reduces pollution

11 August, 2006

Thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste are being harnessed to manufacture Australian cement in an initiative to clean up the image of one of the world’s biggest polluting industries.


Ford takes on fuel challenge

04 August, 2006

How much would it cost to drive a family sedan around mainland Australia? Ford Australia believes it can be done for about $1000 in fuel costs.


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