Tuesday, August 16, 2022

H2X Global gears up for November launch of its Australian produced hydrogen fuel cell...

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The Warrego’ Ute, will be unveiled at the global launch on Queensland’s Gold Coast in November 2021. H2X is already taking orders, with delivery slated for April 2022.
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New platform here to give Australians the power to choose clean power

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Renewable energy switching platform EnergyIQ launched today, offering electricity plans from a range of future-focused energy retail brands proactively working towards 100% renewable energy

Xpansiv to acquire energy markets brokerage firm Evolution Markets

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Xpansiv, the market-infrastructure platform for environmental commodities, announced an agreement to acquire Evolution Markets, a top brokerage firm in carbon, renewable, and energy markets. The combined entity will benefit from Evolution Markets’ base of over 2,000 clients, including the largest energy firms, corporations, utilities, and financial institutions.

Cost savings for small business who take a closer look at smart meters

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Electricity prices going up can feel inevitable but there’s a glimmer of hope for business who take a closer look at how they use electricity, and install a more modern smart meter.

Nectr casts affordable soIar bundle products to beat rising energy prices

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ACT households are now a step closer to affordable energy independence, thanks to award-winning energy retailer Nectr launching Solar and Solar + Battery energy bundles. Currently, the ACT Government provides generous solar and battery rebates – as well as financial incentives – to cut the cost of installing solar power systems and home energy storage.

Alsym Energy and Synergy Marine to build batteries for shipping vessels

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Alsym™ Energy, a developer of next-generation rechargeable batteries, announced that Alsym and Synergy Marine, in collaboration with Nissen Kaiun, Japan, will develop applications specific to the marine shipping industry using Alsym’s high-performance, low-cost technology. Singapore-based Synergy Marine is a global ship management services provider, currently managing more than 500 vessels. Greenhouse gases from ships are predicted to make up 17% of total global emissions by 2050 if the industry does not accelerate efforts to electrify.

INNIO and Raven SR agree deal to power first waste-to-hydrogen plant

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INNIO in collaboration with Raven SR announced Raven SR’s plans to use INNIO’s Jenbacher engines [60 Hz] with a “Ready for H2” option to produce renewable energy. This will power and heat Raven SR’s S- Series hydrogen production facility at a landfill in Richmond, California.

Sia Partners completes strategic acquisition of Churchill Consulting

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Sia Partners enters the Aussie market with the acquisition of Churchill Consulting, a strategy and management consulting firm in Perth (45 consultants, AUD15mm / €10m turnover). The Russian invasion of Ukraine and tensions over energy and mining supplies will have lasting repercussions. This is prompting all Western economies to look for solutions within their own borders, which places Canada and Australia in a particularly strategic position.

Global energy tech player GridBeyond launches operations in Australia

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GridBeyond, the global technology player for managing distributed and flexible energy resources is expanding its geographic reach to provide services to Australia. GridBeyond will provide AI-powered demand response, virtual power plant (VPP) services and generation and storage asset optimisation across Australia’s National Electricity Market.

Carbon emissions insights tool will guide businesses towards net zero

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Normative, a carbon accounting engine, has unveiled an emissions insights tool that will help guide SMEs committed to net zero. Companies generate the vast majority of global carbon emissions but have struggled to properly track and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. The IPCC’s recent report outlined how rapidly the world is heating up due to human activity and the role our carbon dioxide emissions are playing in that rise.