Energy Renaissance, Australia’s first lithium-ion battery manufacturer, announced today that it will build Renaissance One, a new $28 million battery manufacturing facility in Tomago. The company produces batteries that are safe, affordable and optimised to perform in hot climates. Energy Renaissance’s batteries can be used to power infrastructure, buildings, businesses and homes. “We have settled … Continue reading $28m lithium-ion battery factory to be built in Tomago
A container containing one hundred litres of highly toxic and flammable chemical, methyl ethyl ketone also known as Butanoue spilled from a plastic container at CQMS Razer in Laverick Avenue this afternoon.