Second Bass Strait interconnector included on latest IA priority list

Second Bass Strait interconnector included on latest IA priority list

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//April 02, 2018

The Tasmanian Government has welcomed the inclusion of a second Bass Strait interconnector into Infrastructure Australia’s 2018 Infrastructure Priority List, released in March.

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Set up for success

Set up for success

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//March 02, 2018

Wagners Cement’s new General Manager Anthony Freer talks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about the innovation, developments and growth setting the business up for a market-leading position in the future.

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Collaboration key to achieving low carbon outcomes in cities

Collaboration key to achieving low carbon outcomes in cities

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 28, 2018

With cities around the globe striving to achieve low carbon outcomes in the face of climate change, Professor Deo Prasad says collaboration between government and industry is key to overcoming the obstacles in Australia.

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SA Government help fund plans for straw fuelled power plant

SA Government help fund plans for straw fuelled power plant

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 15, 2018

SA could be home to Australia’s first straw-fuelled power plant, planned to be situated near Ardrossan on the Yorke Peninsula.

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ARRB confirms keynote speaker

ARRB confirms keynote speaker

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News//February 14, 2018

Katherine Teh-White, Founder and Managing Director of global management consultancy Futureye will present as a keynote speaker at the 28th Australian Road Research Board International Conference.

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World’s largest virtual power plant planned for SA

World’s largest virtual power plant planned for SA

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 06, 2018

The South Australian Government has fast tracked the construction of the plant by granting Tesla a $2 million grant alongside a $30 million loan from the Renewable Technology Fund.

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