20 June 2022, Melbourne – Major industrial regions – including the Pilbara, Kwinana, Hunter, Illawarra and Gladstone – have the natural resources, workforce and baseline infrastructure that can be expanded to support Australia’s net zero transition, according to a report…READ MORE >
Melbourne, 21 February 2022 – Australia’s first bank and oldest company, Westpac, and Australia’s ‘green bank’ – the governmentowned Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) – are the latest to sign on as partners to the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative …READ MORE >
14 July 2021, Melbourne – An effort to transition ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors to net-zero emissions by 2050, including iron and steel, aluminium and chemical supply chains has been boosted by both a $2 million grant from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency …READ MORE >
Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative wraps up first phase, releasing early findings into emissions reduction opportunities across supply chains.
27 June 2021, Melbourne – One year since launch, the first phase of the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative – a …READ MORE >
November 23 2020, Melbourne – Mining company Fortescue Metals Group, industry superfund Cbus and professional services firm Aurecon are the most recent companies to sign on to the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative.
The initiative is a collaborative effort …READ MORE >
Melbourne, 24 July 2020 – Some of Australian industry’s biggest companies are supporting a new initiative that will see them work together to better understand pathways to achieving net zero emissions in supply chains.
BHP, Woodside, BlueScope Steel, BP Australia,