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Glaciem Cooling Technologies was honoured with the South Australian Engineering Excellence Award for the super-efficient CO2 cooling technology used in The Bend Motorsports Park.

Another one bites the dust – short course trainer Construction Industry Training Australia has been cancelled.

With the release of the King Review, the Morrison Government puts focus on energy efficiency improvements as a key response to climate change.

The German refrigeration specialist is holding a virtual two-day conference, featuring leading industry experts, and an opportunity audience questions via live chat.

The opportunity to comment on the NSW Productivity Commission’s Green Paper will soon be gone, with submissions closing this Friday.

Refrigerant Reclaim Australia is celebrating 35 years since the Montreal Protocol helped reverse the depletion of the planet’s ozone layer.

Advanced manufacturing has been identified as one area where science and technology could be used to help restore economic growth and resilience in the recovery from COVID-19.

Ian Hopkins, ARBS Foundation chair, has announced a grant of $39,000 to AIRAH to assist in the development of a Professional Diploma in Energy-Efficient Sustainable HVAC.

After releasing its long-term roadmap earlier this year, the Australian Energy Market Operator has come under pressure to update its governance or be caught flat-footed for the changes ahead.

The centrepiece of new entity BESIX Watpac’s offering is the expertise that delivered the world’s tallest building, the iconic Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and the transformational Dubai Water Canal project.

A survey of senior leaders in Sydney demonstrates strong support for the economic and health response to Covid-19 by NSW Government, but flags concern about the broader impact of the pandemic.

ABB has appointed Ivory Egg as its preferred technical distributor in Australia in a new strategic partnership for building automation products.

Even in the face of this bias, TAFE has provided a $92.5 billion benefit to the Australian economy.

The ambitious, January 1, 2021, start date does not provide much time to work through all necessary considerations.

For VET-qualified STEM workers, engineers had the lowest female representation (five per cent).

A lot of buildings suffer from a lack of routine maintenance or old equipment which doesn’t provide the recommended air exchanges.