Despite our sometimes heated national debate about our energy future, Australia is well positioned to benefit from innovative low emission technologies. No matter which avenue we take to cleaner energy, our energy-rich resources means there are opportunities for Australian businesses – and cheaper energy for Australian consumers. That’s the conclusion we reached in our Low Emissions
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They may look like bathroom mirrors and provide a great background for a selfie, but our solar thermal heliostat mirrors are hitting the world stage to help China meet its renewable energy targets.
We’re helping to match up businesses so they can share waste and other resources, improving the economic and environmental outcomes in their communities. It’s the gift that keeps on giving
We asked world-renowned cities guru Professor Mike Batty how science and technology can contribute to the liveable and resilient cities of the future.
Today, more than ever before, home owners are demanding cost-effective, sustainable comfort – and that means finding smarter ways to make home heating and cooling affordable.
Australia could make enormous progress towards a more environmentally sustainable future without a major change in what we value. Here’s how.