Monthly Archives: June 2018

Shareholder Update – India & Australia Activity

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ESI) (ECT or Company) is pleased to provide the following general update on its activities in India and Australia. Key points: India activity currently on track to conclude sub-agreements by 31 July 2018 Local market testing of Coldry solid fuel results in ongoing sales Potential Latrobe Valley project to regain… Continue Reading >

Germans rally against the country’s reliance on coal

Germans recently rallied against their country’s reliance on coal even as poor wind conditions drove price volatility. According to Deutsche Welle, the massive rallies were aimed at pressing the Angela Merkel administration two days before a state commission on coal consumption is to convene for the first time. The commission is tasked with finding a way… Continue Reading >

Hot Copper Q&A

The Company will be holding a Q&A session on Hot Copper in the coming week or so that aims to provide answers to the most frequently asked questions. Shareholders may submit questions via email to info@ectltd.com.au. Should you be unable to email your questions, we will endeavour to review and collate frequently asked questions directly from the forum. The call for questions opens… Continue Reading >

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The war for the electric vehicle

There is a war being waged in the race to develop the dominant platform for electric vehicles. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (HFCV’s) vs. battery electric vehicle’s (BEV’s). On one hand, you have Tesla, which has staked its future on BEV’s. On the other, you have a global consortium investing big to develop HFCV’s and the supply… Continue Reading >

Aussie High Commission Tweets ECT deal

In the largest ever joint R&D collaboration b/w Australia and India, the NLC India Limited & NMDC Limited have signed an MoU with Australia’s Environmental Clean Technologies Limited to develop a low emission Iron and Steel process. https://t.co/LD8sBUNofk — Harinder Sidhu (@AusHCIndia) June 11, 2018   Continue Reading >

Soaring power bills a key election issue

You can tell we’re heading toward a state election. Opposition leader Matthew Guy is seizing upon unprecedented power price hikes as he pitches his case to be the next to lead the state of Victoria. The fallout from the closure of Hazelwood continues as power prices triple for energy users like Doyle’s Bridge Hotel in Mordialloc.… Continue Reading >

Energy crisis warning as supply fails

Just outside of Newcastle, NSW we find Australia’s largest aluminium smelter; Tomago. With a capacity of 590,000 tonnes per year, Tomago accounts for 25% of Australia’s primary aluminium production, with 90% exported to Asia. Australia is the worlds leading producer of the raw materials for aluminium production; Bauxite and alumina. Three different raw materials are needed… Continue Reading >

The Australian – Carbon laws to hit carmakers with $2bn bill

In the latest attempt to curb CO2, this time from the transport sector, unintended consequences threaten to make things worse. Best intentions aren’t enough. The policy in question; limiting average vehicle CO2 emissions to 105gCO2 per km. The article by Ben Packham in The Australian highlights the potential cost of implementing the policy – a cool $2… Continue Reading >

Investor Presentation – Financial News Network

Earlier this week, ECT Chairman Glenn Fozard delivered a presentation on our world-first India project. Hosted by Financial News Network, the presentation provides an introduction to the project, our partners and the driver behind the uptake of our Coldry and Matmor technologies. The presentation was followed by a one-on-one interview providing further insight for investors.… Continue Reading >