Georgia Willey

Engineering agreement between Australia and Spain enabling work mobility

Engineers from Australia and Spain will enjoy streamlined access to working in either country, thanks to a new Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) between Engineers Australia and the General Council of Official Colleges of Industrial Engineers (CGCOII), Spain’s governing body for the industrial engineering profession.
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GFG Alliance hydrogen agreement to support green steel and iron

GFG Alliance has signed an agreement with the South Australian Government to explore opportunities for the supply of hydrogen from its 250MW electrolyser in Whyalla to support the transformation to green iron and steel.
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Hysata welcomes UN climate official to Port Kembla electrolyser facility

Australian electrolyser company Hysata hosted executive secretary for the United Nations executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Simon Stiell last Friday in Port Kembla.
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Taking your first steps into Industrial Automation?

Written by Jon Young Flores – Group Owner- Agribusiness, Manufacturing, Logistics & Retail. Industrial automation can improve productivity, lower costs, deliver agile manufacturing and provide a solution to today’s skill shortages, supply chain challenges and economic instability. But it needs careful planning.
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AMW2024 is approaching

There will be plenty of home-grown advanced manufacturing technology on display in Sydney’s AMW2024 Australian Manufacturing Week
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RMIT 3D prints titanium structure showing supernatural strength

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) researchers have 3D printed titanium metamaterial boasting levels of strength for weight not normally seen in nature or manufacturing could change how we make everything from medical implants to aircraft or rocket parts.
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Australia’s biggest renewable power deal signed by industry leader

Rio Tinto has signed Australia’s largest renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) to date to supply its Gladstone operations in Queensland, agreeing to buy a majority of electricity from Windlab’s planned 1.4GW Bungaban wind energy project.
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RMIT reveals new recyclable water batteries that stay cool under pressure

A global team of researchers and industry collaborators led by Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology  (RMIT) University has invented recyclable water batteries that won’t catch fire or explode.
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Australian Universities Accord report highlights need for R&D and skills development

The Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering (ATSE) has welcomed the Australian Universities Accord final report’s emphasis on increasing investment in research and development (R&D), enhancing diversity and inclusion, and prioritising critical skills.
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