The article “Where to now for the RET?”, while welcome discussion, seems a bit confused about what this is all about.
How can your business cut down energy costs in the face of rising gas prices?
CSIRO has made a breakthrough that promises to increase the efficiency and help to lower the cost of solar electricity.
Study says panels made in China have a higher carbon footprint and are likely to use more energy during manufacturing than those made in Europe.
The Victorian government’s decision to extend a moratorium on fracking for onshore wells has been criticised by some in industry.
The Australian Solar Council has launched the Solar panel trust mark, a system to assure consumers that solar panels are of good quality.
The federal government will axe the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) in Tuesday’s budget as part of its plan to drastically cut spending.
A lowering of Australia’s renewable energy target could lead to job losses and higher long-term electricity bills, according to a renewable energy group.
New jobs will be created only by new industries powered by technology-led intelligence and connectivity.
The CSIRO has developed a new material that prevents plastic from ageing and promises environmental and cost savings for the energy industry.
Federal MP Clive Palmer has called the Direct Action climate change policy a “token gesture” and said he could vote against budget bills to block it.
First Solar says it is having a rethink about future investments in Australia because of the Government’s approach to the Renewable Energy Target.
Scarce and expensive raw materials, rising energy prices, climate protection and demographic shifts are driving dramatic changes to manufacturing processes.
It’s no secret that our Australian manufacturing industry is taking a quite a hit lately.
The Canadian Solar manufacturing facility opened in London, Ontario on Thursday. It will employ 200 Canadians in the renewable energy sector.
The Labor Party has promised to introduce programs to ‘transform’ the manufacturing sector in Adelaide, as the South Australian election nears.
General Electric plans to spend big on environmentally friendly energy research, such as fracking technologies and wind turbines.
The applications by two major gas retailers to increase retail prices in NSW and the ACT by about 20 per cent will have a major effect on industry.
Industry 4.0 addresses the challenges faced by manufacturing companies, such as energy and resource efficiency.
A new solution from Siemens takes advantage of hot flue gases from arc furnaces to generate steam which can then be used for other steel mill processes or for generating electricity.