In the last edition of our magazine, Accelerate, we featured an article by the University of Queensland (UQ) about their sustainability projects. You can read…
Last week we had the pleasure of talking to Joshua Birmingham from SMA Australia, one of our Executive Members. SMA Solar technology is a leading…
The global commitment to a profound reduction in CO2 emissions has triggered a worldwide trend towards reducing energy consumption and increasing the use of renewable energies.
We are excited to present New Energy, the latest issue of our chamber magazine, Accelerate. A huge thanks to our contributing members, who put together fascinating content for this first issue of 2021. The overarching topic reflects developments in the sector of renewables.
The number of large storage facilities currently in planning is soaring. The market for home battery storage is also expected to grow in 2020. By…
Demand for electricity is remaining constant in the long term. However, solar energy is becoming more competitive and is likely to significantly increase its share in the electricity grid.
In our latest episode of Sound Bites, our Project Consultant Max Schnarr talks about his current and upcoming projects and delegations. He also explains what the hydrogen buzz is all about. Both Australia and Germany have ambitious hydrogen goals. In a recent article, Max has outlined Germany’s National Hydrogen Strategy, and it will be interesting to see how this technology will impact the economic recovery for both countries.
Recently, the Australian Government presented a discussion paper “Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap”.
AHK Australia prepared and submitted a document to this process and is looking forward to working with the Department, the Chief Scientist and other stakeholders to improve Australia’s energy system through technology investment.
With the National Hydrogen Strategy, the Federal Government of Germany is creating a coherent framework for future production, transport, and further use of hydrogen and thus for corresponding innovations and investments. It defines the steps that are necessary to help achieve the climate targets, create new value chains for the German economy and further develop international energy policy cooperation.