Australia is on show this week, demonstrating its position as a leading source of clean energy expertise, technology and innovation at the first-ever Global Clean Energy Action Forum (GCEAF) in Pittsburgh, PA.
NERA joins partners from across WA Government, industry, research, and technology supply chains to form ‘Team WA’, showcasing Western Australia as a global energy hub and a leading source of technology and innovation at ONS 2022, Norway.
Innovative WA-based chemistry business, Epichem, has secured a recycling pilot with Shell Australia to help reduce plastic waste from its operations and supply chains, made possible through NERA's GeneratER program.
Australian businesses are developing world-class technologies that can help shape the global energy transition, and NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) has launched a national LETs Pitch program to identify, support and raise the profile of these 'best and brightest' cleantech businesses.
The development of a WA-based hyperbaric chamber facility capable of testing and repairing subsea control modules (SCMs) will dramatically streamline testing processes and is an important step in establishing a new facility for deep-water testing in the state.
A visionary, WA-based project will be unveiled today as part of a bold step-change to accelerate the adoption of integrated, ocean energy.