Cleantech is one of the key industries mapped by the country’s Economic Development Board (EDB) with the aim of ensuring future prosperity.
A wrap of reviews of the much-hyped Tesla S premium EV; and MIT teams use carbon nano-tubes and maths to improve solar cells.
Getting to the truth about subsidies, energy independence, green jobs, the climate ‘debate’, and why energy sources are not like sports teams.
Carnegie Wave and WindLab selected among semi-finalists in global cleantech comp. Plus finalists announced in Oz cleantech comp.
A new LED lamp has been created that generates its own electricity using the power of gravity and human hands – and it works.
New high-tech, hand-powered water pump has potential in Africa and other regions where water delivery remains an enormous hurdle to community health.
An open letter from global investor networks calls on governments to develop workable frameworks to reduce climate risk and support low-carbon investment.
Australian cleantech is displaying some very distinctive, and potentially destructive, teenage characteristics. What, and who, can help our little industry grow up?