SA water awards $304M solar panel installation contract

SA water awards $304M solar panel installation contract

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 21, 2019

A local company has been awarded the multi-million-dollar contract to install half-a-million solar panels across 80 SA Water sites over the next two years.

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Don’t wake the neighbours

Don’t wake the neighbours

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 11, 2019

AllightSykes’ latest solar-powered lighting tower is providing companies with a cost-effective method of reducing noise from roadworks near suburban developments.

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Shining a light on local solar

Shining a light on local solar

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Up front//January 08, 2019

Roads & Infrastructure looks at how local government is taking the initiative with renewable energy projects and using Australian first technologies.

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Printed solar cells bring new possibilities for energy generation in infrastructure

Printed solar cells bring new possibilities for energy generation in infrastructure

Posted in Environment, Latest News, Technology Update//November 15, 2018

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.

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Green light given for $300M NT airport expansion projects

Green light given for $300M NT airport expansion projects

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//September 20, 2018

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility has approved finance for the multimillion-dollar expansion of airport facilities in Darwin, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs.

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QLD gives $1B wind farm green light

QLD gives $1B wind farm green light

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//June 07, 2018

The state government has provided development approval for up to 195 wind turbines at the Lacour Energy wind farm in Clarke Creek, Central Queensland.

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