To support Australia’s sustainable development and future prosperity, ATSE believes that Australia must move to low emission energy systems that are affordable, secure and reliable.
Australia has a major new industry opportunity in the production and supply of sustainable liquid fuels for the aviation and marine sectors, while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In a lower GHG environment, it also has diverse opportunities in low-emissions electricity generation technologies and the management of intensely distributed electricity systems.
The IPCC report has put scientific evidence on the front page of the world’s newspapers. Here's Alan Finkel's take.
Our experts talk transport.
The National Energy Guarantee (NEG) can provide a mechanism for cutting greenhouse gas emissions, so long as a more ambitious target is adopted.
ATSE has welcomed the national energy guarantee, but warns there's much more to do to mitigate climate change.
The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the National Energy Guarantee, Draft Detailed Design for Consultation, Commonwealth Elements paper.
Thirty-eight innovative technology-business projects have been awarded funding in the third round of Priming Grants announced today by Senator Michaelia Cash, Minister for Jobs and Innovation.
Using a weed to fight cancer, creating a multi-million-dollar medical devices business and creating a drug that fights leukaemia are among the achievements to be honoured at a gala dinner in Melbourne tonight.
IMNIS is on offer in every state for the first time this year.
The ATSE Energy Policy Workshop 2017 focused on the largest energy-related contributors to Australia’s national inventory of greenhouse gas emissions.
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ATSE has made a series of recommendations ahead of the COAG Energy Council meeting this week.
The risks associated with shale gas development can be managed through evidence based site-specific risk assessment and mitigation
The National Energy Guarantee emissions requirement risks being costly and ineffective if is not part of a long-term national decarbonisation strategy
Two of Australia’s most innovative young food and agriculture professionals will win the 2018 ICM Agrifood Award. Nominations are now open.
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