28 February 2024, Sydney – A new initiative aiming to foster a constructive dialogue to advance green hydrogen production, investment, and trade between Australia and the EU officially kicked off today.
The Australia-EU Green Hydrogen Dialogue will bring together small …READ MORE >
23 November 2023, Sydney – Timber adoption as a pathway to decarbonising construction has captured the imagination of the Australian construction industry. In 2019, Tasmanian Timber released a report on the benefits of using timber in new buildings, arguing that …READ MORE >
Embodied carbon in the built environment is getting plenty of attention, particularly big ticket materials such as concrete, steel and aluminium. But buildings contain other elements too.
Building services – which include heating, ventilation and cooling and refrigeration, fire safety, …READ MORE >
It was the pioneer of modern business management Peter Drucker who first coined the phrase “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” When the words were first said they were gospel; in the context of decarbonising industry they …READ MORE >
Innovative digital technologies have a crucial role to play in the pathways toward decarbonisation in building and construction. Across the entire supply chain, from manufacturers to designers and builders, digital technologies are used to help reduce the carbon associated with …READ MORE >
3 March 2023, Sydney – The Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) released their fourth Annual State of the Market Report today. The State of the Market 2022 report provides an overview of the Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreements (Corporate PPAs) …READ MORE >
20 February 2022, Sydney – A new report has, for the first time in Australia, outlined decarbonisation pathways that show it is possible for five of Australia’s most significant heavy industry supply chains to transition to net zero, consistent with …READ MORE >
16 December 2022, Sydney – Last week, the Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) initiative launched a new Buyer’s Diagnostic Tool and refreshed website to facilitate Australian companies to procurement more renewable electricity.
BRC-A have developed a Buyers Diagnostic …READ MORE >
Government policy to cut embodied carbon emissions is a relatively new field. This research has investigated the policy landscape, both internationally and here in Australia, to identify what has been implemented to date. It is clear that policy has a …READ MORE >