Renewable Energy

Arca, a leader in carbon mineralization, today announced that it is working with producers of nickel, a critical metal for the clean energy transition, to advance carbon dioxide removal at mine sites across three continents.

UNSW Sydney solar experts said Australia needs bespoke technology designed to recycle important elements inside solar panels.

In an Australian first, a new project conducted by the CSIRO will develop an easily deployed device to produce hydrogen directly at the point of consumption.

Victoria is leading the transition towards 95 per cent renewable electricity generation by 2035, which will create 59,000 jobs.

Deputy PM Richard Marles, Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic, and Member for Corangamite Libby Coker visited the site for the proposed Recharge Industries' Avalon Gigafactory.

Australia’s largest wind farm will soon be under construction in the Golden Plains Shire just 60 kilometres north-west of Geelong, Victoria.

Brisbane company Australian Energy Research Laboratories (AERL) has launched its new CoolMax SRX-R Solar Charge Controllers.

A global specialist in advanced inverter technology, SMA, has opened a state of the art training centre in Brisbane, Queensland.

A new report released by the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FBICRC) claims Australia’s battery opportunity has doubled in the last 18 months.

Australian companies must accelerate their decarbonisation efforts to meet emission reduction targets, according to Gareth O’Reilly, Pacific zone president of Schneider Electric.

Edith Cowan University (ECU) has partnered with Australia’s first lithium manufacturer, Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia (TLEA) to drive a greener, more sustainable future for Australian lithium products.

St Augustine’s College is reducing its carbon emissions by 40 per cent each year and saving over $40,000 in power bills thanks to the team at Solarhart Sydney Direct.

Researchers have developed a cheaper and more energy-efficient way to make hydrogen directly from seawater, in a critical step towards a truly viable green hydrogen industry.

The federal government will invest $402 million over the next four years to establish Jobs and Skills Councils (JSCs) to help address skills shortages and broader workforce challenges.

A slew of unmeasured methane leaks from platforms and pipelines off Australia’s coast have released large amounts of the dangerous greenhouse gas into the atmosphere.

Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy, Chris Bowen, opened the Australian Centre For Excellence in PV (ACEPV) in Adelaide yesterday.