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Victoria is the first Australian state and one of the first jurisdictions in the world to legislate net zero emissions by 2050.
Engineers Australia CEO Bronwyn Evans has called on the federal government to overhaul the skilled migration program.
Operators of boilers will now be better protected following a substantial revision of one of the industry’s key safety standards.
One of Australia’s most popular chocolate brands, KitKat, has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025.
Johnson Controls has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Silent-Aire, a global leader in hyperscale data centre cooling.
Saputo Dairy Australia (SDA) has inked a 10-year renewable energy deal with ENGIE in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
As part of the merger with Eltek, Delta Electronics (Australia) has opened a new Sydney office as its national headquarters,
BITZER has extended its partnership with Beijer Ref which covers more than 35 markets primarily in the Asia Pacific, Africa and Europe.
The Productivity Commission has released an interim report on Vulnerable Supply Chains which looks at targeted policy options to protect local supply chains.
AGL is set to begin construction on a 250-megawatt (MW) battery in South Australia which will be operational by early 2023.
The Victorian government has created a $2 billion Breakthrough Victoria Fund to support research and innovation.
Australian manufacturers are taking steps to reduce their dependence on overseas markets to source machinery, tools, parts and components.
A new whitepaper looks at how motor and drive technologies are delivering significant energy efficiencies in the built environment.
A 10-year roadmap has been released to build sophisticated manufacturing capability in Australia in the resources sector and create thousands of STEM-related jobs.
The latest National Greenhouse Gas Inventory data shows Australia’s emissions are now 19.0 per cent below 2005 levels.