Once again, California is leading the way, this time on state contracts for infrastructure, where suppliers work to keep their carbon pollution low.
NERA is working with Australian CleanTech to find the country’s best demonstration projects on clean technology solutions that integrate with and improve efficiency and competitiveness for the energy resources sector.
Australian CleanTech Index significantly outperformed wider market in FY 2015-16, capping off a “stellar three years” with returns of nearly 70 per cent for investors that have held the course.
Australian Technology Competition 2016 has gone live, in quest to accelerate the nation’s high potential innovations.
Australia’s leading cleantech competition announces 2015 winners in what could be last year, with no commitment from govt for funding in 2016.
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?
The next big international trade deals should focus on green growth.
With a government elected on a mandate for Green Growth, Korea offers huge potential for any Australian cleantech company wanting to go global.
By comparing the carbon intensity of different types of passenger transport, we can use it to explain the key elements of a sustainable transport system.
US scientists have announced a breakthrough in graphene research, leading to the next generation of solar cells, computers and other advanced technologies.