Green ammonia company Jupiter Ionics raises $9 million

Jupiter Ionics — which is commercialising an emissions-free, electrolysis-based method to create ammonia — has announced a $9 million capital raise, with Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy & Fertilisers, CIMIC Group, and Breakthrough Victoria joining original investors. The company said in a statement on Monday that funding will go towards “accelerating the scale up of a self-contained…

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The National Electricity Market wasn’t made for a renewable energy future. Here’s how to fix it

By Vikki McLeod, Queensland University of Technology and Marcus Foth, Queensland University of Technology Rooftop solar is Australia’s cheapest source of electricity. The consumer can get electricity from rooftop solar at less than a fifth of the average cost per kwh of buying it from a retailer. Unsurprisingly, rooftop solar output is growing fast. In…

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Hear from these leaders at our webinar – Secure Your Business Against Cyber Attack

Register your interest today to join @AuManufacturing for our webinar – Secure Your Business Against Cyber Attack – on Tuesday March 19, 11.00am AEST. Learn how to plan for and respond to cyber security threats to your business from compromised credentials, external contractors or former employees, malicious actors and a lack of a complete understanding…

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Best of the week — the five most popular stories among readers, February 26 – March 1, 2024

What were the five biggest stories of the week? Here’s what visitors to this site were reading. 5) Toyota Australia assembles first hydrogen-powered generator at Altona Toyota Australia has announced that mining services company Thiess will take delivery of the first locally-assembled EODev GEH2 hydrogen fuel cell stationary power generator. The announcement was made on…

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