Energy

Green energy gas flow measurement guide

02 April, 2009 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

Process and plant engineers responsible for green energy production, co-generation electric power, pollution monitoring or environmental compliance will find the Green Energy Gas Flow Measurement Application guide from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides unique solutions to meeting the challenges of precise air/gas flow measurement in clean, wet or dry hydrocarbon-based gases.


British builders gain solar skills

24 March, 2009

More construction groups are choosing solar photovoltaic panels than all other renewable energy technologies put together — making it the most popular, green energy system for the trades to diversify into, according to recent research from the Britsh government’s Department for Business & Regulatory Reform (BERR).


Grain-to-ethanol refinery begins production

11 March, 2009

Australia’s first grain-to-ethanol refinery has begun production in Queensland, with an expected output of more than 80 million litres a year.


Algae to fuel

04 March, 2009

The production of biodiesel from algae could reduce greenhouse gas emissions, help to address future fuel shortages and create jobs in rural Australia.


Waubra North Wind Farm proposal announced

02 March, 2009

ACCIONA Energy has announced it is considering a new wind farm development in an area 8 km north east of Waubra and 9 km west of Clunes near the township of Evansford, bordering the Hepburn and Pyrenees Shires.


Draft Standard available for public comment

27 February, 2009

Standards New Zealand invites public comment on draft Standard DZ 6808

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Australia's clean energy credentials promoted in the US

26 February, 2009

Austrade is showcasing Australia’s clean energy capabilities and ingenuity by leading a business mission to the United States and Chile.


Powering the future — solar cells by the metre

23 February, 2009

Trials promise a new era of solar cells that are printed like money.


Powering the future — solar cells by the metre

19 February, 2009

Trials promise a new era of solar cells that are printed like money.


Scientists share sustainable research

04 February, 2009

Scientists will share reasearch on onboard hydrogen storage systems and materials that can generate electricity from heat energy at the University of Otago, New Zealand.


Electric sea-snake may provide low-cost energy from waves

29 January, 2009

A scale model of a wave-energy device is being tested at Southampton University, UK. Its inventors believe the device may provide a practical way of producing low-cost electricity from the energy in sea waves.


Governor-General talks emission reduction at energy summit

23 January, 2009

Governor-General Quentin Bryce spoke about the "huge challenge facing humanity" — balancing our right to energy with our responsibility to the planet — in her address at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.


Spray-on material to lead to cheaper solar panels

22 January, 2009

A spray-on material that could make solar panels cheaper is to be developed in a joint research effort.


Insurance policies to support greenhouse gas mitigation technologies

20 January, 2009

Zurich has created two new insurance policies to support greenhouse gas mitigation technologies and address the unique needs of carbon capture and sequestration.


Australian gas transmission industry call for focus on natural gas

19 January, 2009

The Australian gas transmission industry has called on the Rudd government to increase its focus on natural gas and introduce a 'gas target' for power generation to encourage lower-cost means of reducing carbon emissions.


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