In the future, light metal foundries will be able to cut their energy costs related to production by as much as 60% and CO2 emissions by as much as 80%.
Technological change, workforce change, community collaboration and environmental challenges are some of the concepts that will be focused on at AIMEX this year.
National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) has announced the four companies that will take part in the second stage of its global technology exchange program.
An assessment of whole-of-life GHG emissions associated with the Queensland CSG to LNG industry is detailed in a new report.
BHP has announced a 5-year, US$400 million Climate Investment Program to develop technologies to reduce emissions from its own operations.
There has long been an effort to find cheaper, safer and more powerful alternatives to lithium-ion batteries.
The Australian Industry Group has welcomed the AEMC's proposed changes to energy rules, rewarding industrial energy users for cutting peak demand.
Eaton has announced that it has granted Mobile Automation membership of its Power Distribution Partner Program as an Authorised System Integrator.
Endress+Hauser has expanded its centre of competence for advanced analysis in Lyon, France.
METS Ignited has announced it is taking part in the Future Workforces Summit in Mackay on Friday, 9 August.
Following the success of last year's event, this year's conference will explore Australia's digital future across four core themes.
An ambitious plan to export energy could generate billions and make Australia the centre of low-cost energy generation.
National Instruments has indirectly announced it is closing its direct presence in ANZ.
Advantech has announced a new partnership with industrial electrical and electronic solutions provider Pacific Automation.