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Energy policy shake-up set to energise new technologies
Hot on the heels of the Federal Labor party's renewed commitment to net zero-CO2 emissions by 2050, the federal coalition […]...
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Why Japan is building 22 new coal-fired power stations
A recent article by Hiroko Tabuchi for the New York Times highlights Japan's plan to build 22 new coal-fired power […]...
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Who is to blame for the bush fire mess?
Bushfires across Australia’s east coast are topping headlines. Many are blaming CO2 for driving changes in climate that have resulted […]...
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HydroMOR: Battling the laws of steelmaking chemistry with a new approach
The steel, cement and aluminium industries account for 30% of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. A recent article in the […]...
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Chief scientist paves the way for CCS hydrogen
Alan Finkel, Australia's Chief Scientist has penned a piece in today's Age titled 'How I became a convert to hydrogen'. […]...
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Victorian power bill's set to rise again
As of 1 January 2020, Victorian electricity customers will be hit with price hikes. Again. Today's article ($) in the […]...
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Wind and solar failing to keep costs down and lights on
With the increased penetration of wind and solar power and the unexpected closure of Hazelwood brown coal power station in […]...
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LNP release waste policy
This week, Victorian opposition leader Michael O'Brian launched his party's 'zero-to-landfill' waste policy. The policy sets an ambitious target, to […]...
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'Green' steel articles omit cost
'Green' steel applications are being developed by a range of companies 'Green' steel is the term used to describe a […]...
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Hydrogen 'omissions'?
TL;DR: The hydrogen export market price is forecast to be $2-$3kg in 2030 Dedicated renewable hydrogen, made using electricity generated […]...
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