Australia’s energy technology ecosystem is being supported with the announcement of $2 million in new funding to help drive the future of energy resources innovation.
Four Australian tech innovators — Cumulus Projects, Frontier Automation, iSOL8 and Mapizy — will join NERA on a 10-day tour to Aberdeen and SPE Offshore Europe Conference & Exhibition in September, forming the second of the collaborative three-stage program.
NERA was pleased to return as a sponsor and join approximately 100 delegates at the annual AusIMM International Uranium Conference to strengthen Australia’s role as a major international player in the global uranium industry.
With NERA's support, tech deployment expert Erik Nijveld facilitated two workshops in Brisbane and Adelaide for companies involved with technology to help them understand how to get the best outcomes from deploying new tech and reaching global markets.
NERA is inviting Australia’s leading early-stage energy technology innovators to take part in a global technology exchange program that will take them to Aberdeen in September 2019 to build global relationships, forge valuable international supply chain connections, and take part in curated activities at and around the SPE Offshore Europe Conference and Exhibition.
The future of mining and energy resources innovation was on show as 17 of Australia's most promising equipment, technology and service suppliers graduated from the Resources Innovators, Scale-ups and Entrepreneurs (RISE) Accelerator Program.