Boundary Power to upgrade Broome wastewater plant

Boundary Power has been selected to deliver the power upgrade of the Broome North Wastewater Treatment Plant owned by the Western Australian Water Corporation. The company’s Kiosk Renewable Stand-Alone Power System (SAPS) will be incorporated into existing infrastructure to provide safe, reliable, off-grid solar and battery power. The system can deliver larger loads, with a…

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Report calculates energy, investment needed to decarbonise heavy industry in five Australian regions

A new Setting up industrial regions for net zero report has looked at the cost and the opportunity of decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors in five major industrial regions, concluding that this will require investing in renewable energy representing an additional 25-47 per cent of the nation’s total electricity generation, or 68.3 to 125.9 terawatt hours (TWh.)

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Manufacturing news briefs – stories you might have missed

Magnesium refinery plan for Collie Perth’s South West Development Commission has progressed a bid to establish a ‘game-changing carbon neutral magnesium refinery’ at the coal mining city of Collie in Western Australia. With the nearby state-owned Muja and Collie power stations to be retired in response to massive uptake of renewables, a pre-feasibility study has…

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