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Alfa Laval has signed a global collaboration agreement with Microsoft to develop a suite of innovative digital tools for facilitating service and maintenance of its plate heat exchangers.

Oventrop technology is well known for its reliability when it comes to balancing water based hydronics systems in HVAC.

CSIRO report sheds new light on the role of critical metals in Australia's transition to a low emissions future.

Heat pumps have an important role to play in decarbonising buildings according to a new report by the Global Buildings Performance Network and Monash University.

Testing requirements for gas fired boilers and water heating products are being reviewed under the Victorian government’s Energy Upgrades (VEU) Program.

A collaboration between UNSW and Molycop will see recycled products being used to make steel.

Australian Hydrogen Council CEO, Dr Fiona Simon, is calling for the creation of a Net Zero Fund with an initial allocation of $10 billion.

Heitkamp Industrial Solutions GmbH will take over the staff and assets of piping specialist ROBA Piping Projects from 1 October, 2021.

The EMPOWER Wall is a first-of-its-kind smart wall that combines advanced manufacturing, building innovations, and power electronics.

Greens NSW has issued a policy statement committing to a moratorium on the installation of new wood heaters.

SWEP has announced the addition of the B85S medium-size, high-capacity model to its existing All-Stainless product range.

Brimbank City Council in Melbourne’s west is building an integrated energy system for Australia’s first zero emissions indoor leisure and aquatic centre.

All Purpose Transport (APT), has installed a 250 panel, 100kW solar PV system at its head office in Brisbane, Queensland.

Alfa Laval has released the T10 which has been built with an entirely redesigned plate concept to boost energy efficiency and sustainability.

The Victorian Government is seeking feedback to reduce the state’s reliance on natural gas.

EXAIR’s new Gen4 four outlet selectable voltage power supply allows users to choose input voltages of 115VAC or 230VAC.