Historically, energy consumers have left the role of understanding and advocating for their interests to regulators and government, but what energy consumers need from the energy system is changing.
As the energy sector continues to transform, we can expect further positive focus on gas supply and integration across supply chains from this year and into 2021 and beyond.
The bushfires that raged through Australia in early 2020 have helped push climate change and natural disasters to the top of the list of key concerns of mining executives in Australia.
As any great strategist will tell you: winning the war is one thing; winning the peace is another. When it comes to global challenges such as the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic,…
Going forward, there will be increasing demand for a stable and predictable form of long-term energy storage and hydrogen might be a key part of the solution.
Twelve percent of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions come from the cars that you and I drive every day – but we could reduce that number to zero. with hydrogen.
There is an ever-growing focus on the need and benefits of energy efficiency and the critical role it can play in the energy transition.
Imagine a future where the most abundant element in the universe can be used as a zero-emission, renewable energy source to power an entire city.
The electricity landscape in Australia is changing rapidly, as generation from renewable energy sources continues to grow and consumers become more active participants in the market
Today, Australia mining is currently the beneficiary of a ‘mini boom’ – driven by strong prices for key commodities and increasing investment.
Globally, and particularly in Australia, business is walking the talk on energy innovation – and it is cause for excitement.
Decarbonisation and advanced intelligent technologies are global trends affecting miners around the world, and this is triggering multiple and often accelerating challenges.
Water availability, sustainability and delivery are key issues for all of us.
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