Tag: australian renewable energy

Neoen’s Coleambally Solar Farm begins full-scale commercial operation

Coleambally, with its installed capacity of 189 MWp, is now the largest fully operational photovoltaic facility in Australia, producing

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Déjà Vu As Queensland Approves $6.7bn Macmines Austasia’s China Stone Coal Mine Neighbouring Adani

The Palaszczuk Queensland Government has given conditional environmental approval to a proposed A$6.7bn China Stone coal mine in the

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Adani Renewables Rugby Run Set To Open Before Year End

Adani’s new solar project, Rugby Run, to be located near the town of Moranbah, is in the advanced stages

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Tidal Turbines Pump Electricity to Gladstone Grid

A tidal turbine in Queensland pumping electricity into the grid is moving Australia closer to becoming a global leader

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HYDROGEN PARTNERSHIP TO BENEFIT R&D, JOBS, EXPORTS

CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, will partner with Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) on hydrogen technologies to support the development

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$10 Billion Capital Injection Promise for CEFC Under Labor Govt

In an announcement by Bill Shorten, there will be a $10 billion capital injection for the Clean Energy Finance

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Nepean Mining and Fitzroy Australia Partner For Ironbark No. 1 Coal Project

Nepean Mining will design and deliver infrastructure and key equipment for Fitzroy Australia Resources’ Ironbark No. 1 Queensland coking

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Adani Closing In On Finance Deal For Carmichael Coal Mine

ADANI says it is closing in on a funding deal that would kickstart the company’s proposed Carmichael coal mine

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Gladstone’s resource industry exhibits capabilities and new and innovative products at State of the Sector Forum.

GLADSTONE’S Resource sector will be in the spotlight tjis week when they exhibit their new and innovative products at a

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Queensland On The Brink of a BOOM – But How Long Will It Last?

Queensland is heading for a coal mining boom, but analysts are not convinced that it will last.

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