A new research Hub focused solely on technologies to transform carbon dioxide emissions opened yesterday at Monash University.

Beijer Ref has signed an agreement to acquire the assets of AMSCO Supply (AMSCO), a North American wholesale HVAC distributor.

Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC) has announced the acquisition of Coil Design LLC, a manufacturer of cooling and heating coils located in Dayton, Tennessee.

The Federal Government has released a discussion paper seeking feedback from stakeholders on the new standards for skilled migration assessing authorities.

The Munters Group (MTRS) has signed an agreement to acquire ZECO, an Indian manufacturer of air treatment solutions.

An in-house graduate program by an award-winning employer is helping to attract new talent and develop leaders in the engineering industry.

The gender pay gap continues in Australia with women’s salary increases failing to keep up with men’s pay rises.

A new suite of learning resources for the Manufacturing and Engineering Training Package was launched yesterday by Weld Australia.

AGL will officially open its 250 MW / 250 MWh grid-scale battery – roughly the same size as the Adelaide oval – at Torrens Island in Adelaide today.

The NSW government is offering air conditioning rebates to eligible households and businesses through its Energy Saving Scheme (ESS).

Bluesphere Ventures has launched, an innovative platform designed to track and offset users' environmental footprint.

Australia’s manufacturing industry is calling on the federal government to take urgent action to make the renewable energy revolution a reality.

Essential Energy has expanded its apprenticeship program to strengthen the capability of its workforce in support of Australia’s clean energy transition.

Australia has joined the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea and the European Union, in signing a statement on Accelerating Methane Mitigation from the LNG Value Chain.

Modine has been selected as thermal management supplier for a new Komatsu excavator.

New teaching and training facilities to be built at Charles Darwin University (CDU) preparing for a future where the dual sector university will reinvigorate industry growth in trades and manufacturing.