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NERA announces latest Energy Tech Tour participants

30 July, 2019

National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) has announced the four companies that will take part in the second stage of its global technology exchange program.


Australian company's continued success in fast charging

16 January, 2019

Australian company Tritium has become a major supplier of EV fast charging technology across the US, Europe and Australia.


New Year tariff cuts to improve Australian exports

15 January, 2019

Further trade tariff cuts this year are set to boost Australia's competitive advantage in two major export markets.


Chile exchange program for METS companies

30 April, 2018

An exchange program for Australian mining equipment, technology and services companies to build direct relationships with industry in Chile has been opened.


Australian access control system wins global acceptance

24 November, 2014

AccessPack, from Western Australian company CASWA, uses smart card technology to prevent unauthorised operators from using high-risk or critical equipment.


China to accept Brazil's super-sized iron ore carriers

29 September, 2014

China has lifted its ban on the massive Valemax iron ore bulk carriers owned by Brazilian mining giant Vale.


UN wants coal to stay in the ground

23 September, 2014

The federal government says coal will serve as an affordable, dependable energy source for decades to come. But this is at odds with the views of the UN, which in the lead-up to the New York climate summit warned that coal has no future in the world's energy mix.


High-tech manufacturing gets $2.2m boost

04 September, 2013

AquaHydrex has received $2.2 million to produce a competitive alternative to fossil-fuel-based hydrogen. The company says the funding will develop high-tech manufacturing that will drive employment and economic prosperity in the Illawarra region.


ANCA Motion - exporting from Bayswater North to the world

29 May, 2012

ANCA Motion has opened new headquarters in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.


Holden to develop cars for China

17 April, 2012

Holden has signed an agreement to develop new vehicles for SGM for the Chinese market.


ABB launches new concept for concentrating solar power plants

30 November, 2011

New concentrating solar power plants developed by ABB use 70% less material, require 40% less land and consume 80% less water per megawatt generated than parabolic trough designs.


Australia on track to become world's largest LNG producer

28 September, 2011

Australia is on the path to rival Qatar as the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer after US energy giant Chevron signed off on its $29 billion Wheatstone project.


Schneider Electric and Solar Sailor ferrying for energy efficiency

01 July, 2009

Solar Sailor and Schneider Electric have signed a commitment to provide 190/25 kW Hybrid Marine Power (HMP) systems for four hybrid solar electric ferries for the Hong Kong Marine Department.


Tapping into the African mining boom

05 February, 2008

Australia's role in Africa's mining sector will be showcased at Mining Indaba 2008, one of the world's largest mining conferences, held in Cape Town this week


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