Collaborative action can future-proof Australia’s energy supply chain and add an additional $7 billion to the national economy by 2030.
The world’s pre-eminent nuclear scientists, uranium industry experts and the next generation of young leaders are converging in Australia for the first time as part of the International Youth Nuclear Congress (IYNC), held in Sydney.
MIMOSA and NERA invite you to join a teleconference to introduce the newly formed Open Industrial Interoperability Ecosystem (OIIE) Australian Working Group. The call will provide an overview of the initiative and provide interested participants with the opportunity to become involved in Working Group activities that contribute to the OIIE specifications.
The future of Western Australia’s cross-sector technology exchange capabilities has taken a major leap forward with the announcement of the first cohort of small & medium sized business innovators to take part in the Quantum Technology Exchange initiative — known as QuantumTX.
Energy innovators, industry leaders, government representatives and researchers from across the country will come together as part of a new national workshop series to inform and guide the development of Australia’s Hydrogen Industry Technology Cluster.
Australia can become a global hydrogen leader, creating world-class centres of excellence in hydrogen technology and research with the announcement of a new industry-led hydrogen cluster to be delivered by NERA.