Energy

Kazakhstani researchers on track to power trains with wind

27 August, 2019

Researchers from Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan's capital of Nur-Sultan are developing a solution to reduce carbon emissions using the wind generated by moving trains.


Some solar a day keeps the bills at bay

26 August, 2019

Apple processor 9Mile Fresh has installed a 1.14 MW solar system to power its South East Gippsland facility in a move to combat spiralling energy bills.


Urgent need to replace coal, says AEMO

22 August, 2019

AEMO has released a report highlighting the urgent need for investment in energy generation and transmission to ensure the security of Australia's energy system.


Coles deal leads to new solar plants

21 August, 2019

Coles and Metka EGN have signed a 10-year power purchase agreement that will see three PV solar power plants built in regional NSW.


Molycop commits to renewable energy

20 August, 2019

Molycop has signed a long-term power purchase agreement with energy retailer Flow Power, to make it one of the largest purchasers of renewable energy in Australia.


Maritime Museum installs novel lightweight solar solution

19 August, 2019

An extensive network of flexible, lightwight solar panels has been installed at the Maritime Museum's Wharf 7 Heritage Centre in Sydney.


Fuel cell vehicles on the global agenda

08 August, 2019

The international hydrogen and fuel cell industry will meet at the f-cell trade event to discuss the future of fuel cell technology.


Researchers use wake steering to optimise wind farm

07 August, 2019

A study has found that the positioning of wind turbines is critical to optimising the amount of power generated by wind farms.


Researchers capture 'blue energy'

01 August, 2019

Stanford researchers have developed a battery that generates energy from areas where sea water and fresh water mingle. The technology has the potential to make energy-independent and carbon-neutral coastal wastewater treatment plants a reality.


Launch of energy from waste FAQs

29 July, 2019

WMRR and Bioenergy Australia are launching a series of energy from waste fact sheets, with the first instalment focusing on thermal treatment.


$198m solar farm opens in Victoria

22 July, 2019 | Supplied by: Neoen Australia

Neoen has commenced full-scale operation at its Numurkah Solar Farm in Victoria, set to produce 255 GWh of renewable energy each year.


Vic biodiesel refinery back in business

18 July, 2019

Barnawartha biodiesel plant in north-east Victoria has restarted operations, commencing production of low-carbon renewable biofuels B5, B20 and B100.


Fluid Components International MT100 and ST102A multipoint air/gas flow meters

17 July, 2019 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

MT100 and ST102A Multipoint Air/Gas Flow Meters from Fluid Components International are designed to provide precision, temperature-compensated direct mass flow measurement of air.


Window film stores solar enegy

11 July, 2019

A window film made from a specially designed molecule has the potential to take the edge off the most intense midday heat by absorbing and storing solar energy.


Battling climate change with carbon mineralisation

08 July, 2019 | Supplied by: Mineral Carbon International

As governments around the world search for ways to reduce carbon outputs and slow climate change, an Australian company has developed a way to generate money from the process.


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