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Renewable electricity will power all City-owned properties from July 1, 2020, including pools, libraries, playing fields, depots and council buildings – including the historic Sydney Town Hall.
This standard aims to ensure battery systems are safe, consistent, and reliable for the benefit of the Australian community.
Free TAFE has been a big hit for students across the Geelong Region, with The Gordon experiencing a 41 per cent increase in enrolments – from 734 in June 2018 to 1,032 in June 2019.
Brisbane-based engineering start-up, Planet Ark Power, has opened a Singapore office.
According to a report prepared by ACIL Allen, Australia’s hydrogen export industry could be worth $1.7 billion annually by 2030, and account for 2800 jobs.
There are over 600 multinational companies and 90 renewable projects valued at $20 billion currently in the pipeline across NSW.
Over the past two financial years alone Coles has invested more than $40 million in energy efficiency measures including upgrading all store lighting to LED by the end of 2019 and the installation of solar panels on 30 stores.
The program will cover the latest trends and technologies from more than 200 expert speakers across seven conference streams.
ABB’s solar inverter business has approximately 800 employees in more than 30 countries, with manufacturing and R&D sites located in Italy, India and Finland.
Phosphorene is an exciting material because it is a good conductor that will absorb visible light.
The latest investment is a $180 million commitment to the Collector Wind Farm in south-eastern NSW.
Carl Muller, director of corporate services at Sustainability Victoria will act as interim CEO while a full recruitment process is underway.
With more than 140 research projects and 90 PhD students nationwide, the CRCLCL has produced an evidence base to help government and industry meet their carbon reduction and energy efficiency targets.
Coal-fired power generation continues to be the single largest emitter, accounting for 30% of all energy-related carbon dioxide emissions.
A further $950,000 in University funding has been allocated to develop the initiatives within Flinders’ new Sustainability Plan.