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Hydrogen To Fuel Transport Manufacturing Innovation

Game changing hydrogen fuel cell technology has the potential to boost innovation in Victoria’s vibrant transport manufacturing industry. Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll today helped...

Construction Begins On Bulgana Green Power Hub

Work has begun on the Bulgana Green Power Hub in Stawell, a major new wind farm with battery storage in Western Victoria. Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio today turned the first sod on the project...

NEW RULE TO BAN MISLEADING ENERGY DISCOUNTS

In response to a request by the Turnbull Government, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has introduced a new rule. The new rule will prevent retailers from offering discounts on an energy...

ENERGY REGULATOR TO PUT NETWORKS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

An investigation into whether electricity networks and regulated gas pipelines are gouging consumers to cover their corporate tax liabilities will be carried out the Australian Energy Regulator (AER)...

Energy policy makers should remain technology neutral

Statement from Greg Evans, Executive Director – Coal The MCA disputes claims by the Chair of the Energy Security Board today that there is no longer an investment case to build new coal-fired power...

New CS Energy apprentices and trainees power ahead

CS Energy’s Kogan Creek Power Station welcomed four new apprentices and trainees recently and is equipping them with the skills to succeed in Australia’s energy industry. The apprentices and trainees...

Harnessing clean drinking water using solar power

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) today announced an Australian-first trial of drinking water systems that produce clean drinking water drawn directly from the air using solar power. On...

Gas investment continues to flow

Mines Minister Dr Anthony Lynham today welcomed the commissioning of Santos’ $400 million Scotia Project in the Bowen basin near Roma in south-west Queensland. “This is further fixed capital...