Steel giant BlueScope to invest $20m in pivot towards local manufacturing of wind and solar components, anticipating a surge of demand in NSW.
A world-first zero emissions steel facility in Sweden has been completed, which could see fossil-free steel sold in the global market as early as 2026.
Western Australia government launches study into feasibility of producing wind turbine components locally – a first for the state and a rarity for Australia.
Investing in local battery production and the use of renewables to power industry could drive a renaissance in Australia’s manufacturing sector.
Australia’s peak trade union body calls on Morrison government to introduce “credible” emissions and renewables policies or risk losing some of the nation’s core industries.
Major German steel producer Thyssenkrupp completes world-first successful demonstration of using renewable hydrogen to make steel, rather than coal.
Victoria’s former centre for car manufacturing, Geelong, will host a turbine assembly and testing hub for global wind giant Vestas.
ASX-listed packaging giant Orora signs second renewable energy PPA in matter of months, this time with 228MW Lal Lal wind farm in Victoria.
Once again, California is leading the way, this time on state contracts for infrastructure, where suppliers work to keep their carbon pollution low.
A team of Australian researchers is turning the notion of recycling on its head, while also building a new green manufacturing sector.