The Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), Rux Energy and the University of Sydney have teamed up to develop dispatchable hydrogen gas (H2) tanks.
Jupiter Ionics, a new start-up aligned with Monash University's Technology Precinct, has secured an exclusive licence to develop patented green ammonia technology invented by Doug Macfarlane and Dr Alexandr Simonov from Monash University's School of Chemistry.
ABB Australia has been named the winner for Excellence in Sustainability at the 2020–2021 Swedish Business in Australia Awards.
Former MP and leader of the New South Wales Liberal Party Kerry Chikarovski AM has joined Papyrus Australia as Executive Director of Government Relations.
SAP.iO Foundry Singapore has launched its APAC sustainability accelerator program to support startups.
In response to evolving workplace conditions in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic, developer and property investor Cbus Property recently lodged a new development application (DA) for its $1 billion commercial tower at 435 Bourke Street.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has released its Bioenergy Roadmap which lays out a vision for a sustainable bioenergy industry.
The City of Stonnington in Melbourne is inviting community feedback as it embarks on a smart cities strategy.
The Australian Government has said its 2030 emissions target is fixed but it is committed to "meeting and beating it" as around 200 countries reached a new climate deal and agreed to keep the 1.5°C global warming goal alive.
New energy-saving material, developed by researchers from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), helps control heat transmission without blocking views.
The research conducted by Schneider Electric shows that the majority (63%) of businesses believe that sustainable transformation provides a competitive edge.
Victorians leading the transition to a circular economy have been recognised in the 2021 Premier's Sustainability Awards.
When a small cheese producer in Cornwall could no longer keep up with demand, the company turned to a MasoSine Certa pump from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG).
Key international and Australian executives come together to accelerate pathways to net zero emissions.
UNSW Sydney and the University of Sydney are jointly developing building materials that reflect rather than absorb solar energy.