Memorandum of Understanding has now been signed between the Queensland Government and the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, to develop a hydrogen export supply chain between Australia and Europe.
The Western Australian Government will allocate almost $60 million to accelerate the use of zero emission vehicles and introduce plans for a distance-based road user charge for zero and low emission light vehicles, as part of the 2022-23 State Budget.
The Net-Zero Initiative harnesses the University of Sydney’s research expertise to develop new technologies and systems to support the world’s decarbonisation.
Autodesk, Australian Constructors Association, Consult Australia and the Infrastructure Sustainability Council have released a joint report to support industry in accelerating a net zero future.
The Grattan Institute is calling on the Federal Government to impose a cap, or ceiling, on the emissions allowed from new cars sold in Australia each year.
Experts and industry leaders want Digital Twin technology to be top of the agenda for this year's pivotal COP26 event in the UK from October 31st until November 12th.