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One of the first hydrogen-powered forklifts ever demonstrated in Australasia was showcased by Hyster at this year’s MegaTrans Expo in Melbourne from May 10-12 The clean, green and environmentally efficient machinery offers the performance and refuelling speed of typical conventionally powered alternatives, but with the sustainability of electric motors. Continue →
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A renewable energy option has started construction 250 kilometres north-west of Brisbane Due to be completed in 2019, the 453-megawatt wind turbine project will produce 1.5 million megawatt-hours of renewable energy annually – enough to provide power for 260,000 homes. Continue →
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New research from MIT could see public street lights replaced with luminescent plants   Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been experimenting with the idea that making plants and trees glow brightly would drastically reduce the need for electricity MIT hopes that their glowing flora could be used to provide low-intensity indoor lighting, or to transform trees into self-powered streetlights. Continue →
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Gemalto strengthens trust in the smart energy sector with an end-to-end security solution which protects the entire ecosystem   Deployed by smart meter makers and distribution systems operators, the Gemalto offer provides seamless connectivity solutions, secure digital identities and security lifecycle management for the long life of smart meters, as threats and stakeholders evolve over time. Continue →
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One of the world’s leading clean technology experts will speak at a major energy management conference next month Jason Anderson, President and CEO of Cleantech San Diego President and CEO Jason Anderson will be the second keynote speaker at the EMANZ Energising a Low Emissions Economy conference in May. Continue →
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Waste to energy and infrastructure firm Keppel Seghers and its Chinese partner, Zhen Hu, have been awarded a contract worth US$4 billion for Hong Kong’s first integrated Waste Management Facility Artist’s impression of the facility off the coast of Shek Kwu Chau and south of Lantau Island that is expected to be completed by 2024 Waste to energy and infrastructure firm Keppel Seghers and its Chinese partner, Zhen Hu, have been awarded a contract worth HKD 31 billion (US$4 billion) for Hong Kong’s first integrated Waste Management Facility to be built on a reclaimed island off the coast of Shek Kwu Chau. Continue →
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The key materials that make up lithium-ion batteries likely have sufficient supply to meet the anticipated long-term growth in demand for electric vehicles and portable electronics if we start planning now, say researchers in a perspective published in the journal Joule. Continue →
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A collaboration by scientists who drilled nearly 900 metres into the South Island’s Alpine Fault has revealed surprisingly high temperatures and the potential for large geothermal resources in the area The Deep Fault Drilling Project, jointly led by Victoria University of Wellington, GNS Science and the University of Otago, was carried out in 2014 in Westland, north of Franz Josef Glacier. Continue →
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