Snowy Hydro 2.0 has been officially approved by the Federal Government and is expected to create 2400 construction jobs over the life of the billion dollar project.
Roads & Infrastructure looks at how local government is taking the initiative with renewable energy projects and using Australian first technologies.
A new method of generating solar power that can be applied with double-sided tape could be generating renewable energy on a commercial scale within the next few years.
The development of low-cost, semi-transparent solar cells provides a number of opportunities to harness energy through infrastructure forms, including windows, walls and roofs. But what is standing in the way of progress?
Global energy and infrastructure business Acciona Energy has been selected to develop, finance, construct and operate a $500 million solar farm at Aldoga in Queensland.
The Tasmanian Government has welcomed the inclusion of a second Bass Strait interconnector into Infrastructure Australia’s 2018 Infrastructure Priority List, released in March.