A ‘100% renewables’ target might not mean what you think it means. An energy expert explains

By James Ha, Grattan Institute In the global effort to transition from fossil fuels to clean energy, achieving a “100% renewables” electricity system is considered ideal. Some Australian states have committed to 100% renewable energy targets, or even 200% renewable energy targets. But this doesn’t mean their electricity is, or will be, emissions free. Electricity…

Celebrating Australian Made – how AlphaFit represents made in Australia today

With Australian Made Week reaching its climax, @AuManufacturing’s editorial series – Celebrating Australian Made – looks at a product Australians turned to during the Covid-19 pandemic – fitness equipment by AlphaFit. When Covid-19 hit the first products to run out in local shops were staples such as pasta and toilet paper, but consumers forced to…

Huge reaction to @AuManufacturing’s How It’s Made – Australia video series

(Advertisement) @AuManufacturing has seen a huge response to our announcement that we are launching How It’s Made – Australia – a multi-media video series showcasing the best Australian manufacturing has to offer. Presented in association with Cahoots and AusBiz, manufacturers can work with us on video presentations of their operations that will reach a qualified…

Celebrating Australian made, Mumme Tools – video

With Australian Made Week well underway, @AuManufacturing’s editorial series – Celebrating Australian Made – introduces Jonasz Marek, General Manager of Mumme Tools, Australia’s leading manufacturer of hand forged tools used in mining and building applications. Established in 1936 from founder Bill Mumme’s backyard, Mumme Tools has a long history in Australia that originates from humble…

Gladstone Engineering Alliance, and Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise awarded $50,000 each for hydrogen hubs

Two new hydrogen clusters will be officially announced at the 2021 Australian Hydrogen Conference today. Gladstone Engineering Alliance (GEA) and Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE) have been awarded $50,000 each by the Queensland government “to progress their cluster strategies.” These will join the national network of 13 clusters announced in February and led by…