Government policy is killing the Australian cleantech sector. Here are 14 predictions on how this may play out on the international and domestic stage in 2015.
Articles by John O'Brien
Aus CleanTech Index again outperforms Small Ordinaries in February, with 7.8% gain. ACT quarterly and 12m performances remain ahead of both major indices.
Of all the FTAs China has signed to date, Australia’s is the only one that does not have a dedicated section on the environment and its massive market opportunities.
Four previous winners of Australian Technologies Competition (ATC) named in Global Cleantech Cluster Association 2014 Later Stage Awards Global Top 30.
Water filtration technology that mimics a whale; stronger, lighter concrete; a system that shuts off power when it gets too expensive. More competitors in the 2014 Australian Technologies Competition.
For Australian manufacturing to survive and thrive, it needs technologies that make it more efficient, competitive and productive.
ACT Australian CleanTech Index shrugs off policy uncertainty with 3.7% gain for November, again outperforming the S&P ASX200 and Small Ordinaries.