News Archive: Unlocking our resources, energy and renewables
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The world’s largest lithium ion battery will be installed in South Australia under a historic agreement between French renewable energy company Neoen, US sustainable energy company Tesla and the South Australian Government.
The 2017-18 State Budget records a $239 million surplus in 2016-17 and commits to $859 million in operating surpluses across the forward estimates.
Iron Road has received a mining lease and development approval for a $4.5 billion project set to create nearly 2000 jobs during construction and 700 jobs over the 25-year life of the mine.
The Australian Climate Knowledge and Innovation Community (Climate-KIC Australia) was launched today with the Government of South Australia committing to the initiative as a founding partner.
A second year review of progress against the State’s Economic Plan reveals that 10 of 73 objectives under the ten economic priorities have been reached well before the December 2017 deadline.
The State Government has unveiled a comprehensive plan to take charge of the State’s energy future and deliver reliable, affordable and clean power for South Australians.
Hydrogen fuel cell cars took to the streets of Adelaide today in a South Australian first.
A business that has helped more than 600 broadacre farmers learn more about carbon emissions from farming and how to reduce their carbon footprint has won the $10,000 overall prize in the first SA Climate Leaders Awards.
Drilling companies are being invited to take part in a $3 million program to unearth the mineral resources potential of the State’s far west as part of South Australia’s Copper Strategy.
South Australia has been identified as the second most attractive investment destination for minerals exploration in Australia, with only Western Australia achieving a higher rating in a leading industry survey.