Australian Technology Competition 2016 has gone live, in quest to accelerate the nation’s high potential innovations.
Sydney-based companies Wattwatchers, Solar Analytics picked for showcase of 100 breakthrough technologies and startups driving decarbonisation of global economy.
Australian CleanTech Index again outperformed the ASX200 for both March and Q1 2016, recording a 6% gain for the month. The Australian CleanTech 20 recorded a gain of 6.2%.
Australian CleanTech Index continues to outperform the wider market with a 2.2% gain over February, compared to the S&P ASX200 loss of 2.5% and S&P ASX Small Ordinaries Index gain of 0.7%. The Australian CleanTech 20 rose 2.3% for the month.
There’s an ironic, vindicating righteousness in believing, as intensely as you possibly can, that technology used to reduce environmental impact actually increases it.
Australian CleanTech Index again outperformed the ASX200 for both the month and the quarter.
Stored electricity, increasingly derived from renewable sources, will entirely replace fossil fuels as the preferred method to power everything in our lives.
Australia’s leading cleantech competition announces 2015 winners in what could be last year, with no commitment from govt for funding in 2016.
Peak energy load predicting software for network operators included in technology finalists, as cleantech stocks shine above weak market.
Negative resource trends, climate change and rising energy demand mean we urgently need to find a new approach to electricity supply. How can we speed up the process?