From a bet made on Twitter just a few short months ago, Tesla has switched on the world’s biggest lithium ion battery in South Australia
Jumping strides ahead of Australia’s eventual electric car boom is Sydney startup Everty, a peer-to-peer charging network for electric cars.
Peer-to-peer lending platform RateSetter has announced a $20 million investment from the Australian Government’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) to fund the launch of a green loan marketplace.
The government will work alongside each Regional Partnership to develop region-specific strategies and practical solutions for their digital needs.
Wattwatchers has announced that it has closed a $2 million raise to help widen the its team, reduce product costs and expand “technology partnerships”.
The Sydney Opera House has announced a partnership with Energy Australia that will see the creation of a new industry think tank alongside CSIRO.
Brisbane renewable energy company Redback Technologies has launched its international expansion, signing a deal with Duserve Facilities Management in Dubai.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has unveiled a “21st Century energy plan that protects the people of South Australia”.
The EnergyLab accelerator has been developed with Climate-KIC Australia to help four startups with new products or services become market-ready.
The Federal Minister for Environment and Energy, Josh Frydenberg has today announced the launch of a $20 million Clean Energy Seed Fund (CESF) to invest in startup ideas developing clean energy solutions. The fund is part of a government initiative to combat climate change and deploy cleantech startup ideas over the next five years.
Brisbane startup Redback Technologies has today announced a partnership with Queensland renewable technology company AllGrid Energy, which will see AllGrid using Redback’s core hardware and software for remote applications.
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UK firm Armstrong Energy, which specialises in the development, acquisition, and operation of power projects, has exchanged contracts with Gelion, a battery startup spun out of the University of Sydney. The companies stated that the exchange is underpinned by a commitment valued at $11 million.
Clean-technology startup Zenogen is setting a new standard for innovation in Australia – beyond web- and mobile-based technology – by making the zero-emissions method of producing hydrogen commercially viable. The company has raised a total investment capital of $435,000 and has received praise from investors in the US.