Clean energy company ReNu Energy has announced agreements for sale of 70 percept majority equity stakes in its existing bioenergy assets to Resonance Industrial Water Infrastructure Funds (RIWIF). The proposed transaction also gives RIWIF the first right of refusal to make further investments to support the development and growth of combined bioenergy business portfolio with … Continue reading ReNu Energy aims $100m bioenergy business with new investment
A new research by Greentech Media (GMT) shows that Australia is leading the global race in energy storage, having installed the most storage technology in the world during 2017, ahead of Germany, the United States and Japan. According to GMT’s “Global Energy Storage: 2017 Year in Review and 2018-22 Outlook” Australia installed an astonishing 246 megawatts (MW) … Continue reading Australia leading the global energy storage race
A strategic partnership hoped to drive the US$2.2 trillion (A$2.8 trillion) manufacturing market in the US will adopt a heavier approach towards artificial intelligence (AI) internationally. LiveTiles, the global software company based in New York, has joined forces with the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII), and will focus on promoting efficiency, growth and competitiveness using … Continue reading AI partnership to advance multi-trillion dollar smart manufacturing industry
President Donald Trump’s manufacturing czar has said Australia’s gas shipments overseas are piling pressure on domestic supply and forcing jobs offshore. Darwin-born Andrew Liveris, CEO of US company Dow Chemical, has reportedly described Australia’s energy policy as “disastrous”. “We have had brown outs and blackouts so how come we keep shipping gas overseas and not … Continue reading Trump manufacturing advisor’s warning over Australia’s energy policy
Australia’s solar heliostat technology will be used for concentrating solar thermal (CST) electricity generation in China.
A new report has claimed the cost of the 2020 Renewable Energy Target will include 5,000 lost jobs and $28 billion to the economy.
The federal government’s first attempt to repeal the carbon tax, a major part of its election campaign last year, has been blocked in the Senate.