News Archive: Unlocking our resources, energy and renewables
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Hornsdale Power Reserve, featuring the world’s largest lithium ion battery, was launched today by South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill and Neoen Deputy CEO Romain Desrousseaux.
An $800 million expansion of CU River’s Cairn Hill magnetite mine near Coober Pedy could create up to 1300 jobs.
Adelaide is now a hub for South Australia’s electric vehicle charging network with eight new fast charging stations now located within a new dedicated electric vehicle parking area, adjacent to the Central Market precinct.
A $14 million research consortium will explore how new technologies and the Internet of Things may improve efficiencies and opportunities for South Australia’s mining sector.
Jobs in emerging industries will be the focus of South Australia’s biggest employment and careers exhibition: JOBEX.
ASX-listed oil and gas exploration company Strike Energy announced plans today to relocate its corporate office and headquarters from Sydney to Adelaide.
A ceremony was held today to mark the official handing over of the Whyalla steelworks and mine to new owner GFG Alliance.
Calls are now open for projects that will deliver clean, reliable and affordable power as part of the $150 million Renewable Technology Fund.
Some of the country’s brightest minds will connect at a climate boot camp next week to develop methods to help cities respond to climate change issues.
OZ Minerals will invest $916 million in Carrapateena, Australia’s largest undeveloped copper project.