HyCapability is an online platform to support the growth and development of Australia's hydrogen equipment, technology and services industry.
A sanitisation system manufactured by SAGE Automation is set to be exported to South America.
A mining company looking to become Nigeria's first integrated steel producer will move its head office to South Australia next month.
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 Tritium has become a major supplier of EV fast charging technology across the US, Europe and Australia.
Further trade tariff cuts this year are set to boost Australia's competitive advantage in two major export markets.
An exchange program for Australian mining equipment, technology and services companies to build direct relationships with industry in Chile has been opened.
AccessPack, from Western Australian company CASWA, uses smart card technology to prevent unauthorised operators from using high-risk or critical equipment.
China has lifted its ban on the massive Valemax iron ore bulk carriers owned by Brazilian mining giant Vale.
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.
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 has opened new headquarters in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.
Holden has signed an agreement to develop new vehicles for SGM for the Chinese market.
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 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.