Category Archives: Newswire

Power price rises to hit the cost of all goods and services

We’ll be paying an extra $10 to $12 billion for our energy this year. That’s $400 to $500 for ever man woman and child in Australia. According to the below article, published recently in The Australian, about $3 billion will hit our household energy bills and the other $9 billion will hit families indirectly, as… Continue Reading

SA Energy Minister Calls for Proposals to Generate Hydrogen

ECT has long supported the vision of developing a hydrogen economy in Australia to underpin the transition to a zero emissions future. The below article published by Adelaide Now reports on the South Australian governments call for people to “come to us with ideas about how to manufacture hydrogen in a green way.” SA has set… Continue Reading

Energy subsidies a hot topic at National conference

The National Party, at their recent national conference, have called on the government to scrap renewable subsidies. And while many suburbanites may snigger at the recent National Party annual federal conference vote to remove all subsidies from renewable energy (ABC news link below), they do raise an important issue. Energy affordability and security are serious… Continue Reading

Indian Coal Minister Goyal appointed to lead Railway Ministry

Over the past 4 years our engagement with the Indian government has grown, culminating earlier this year as our Integrated Coldry Demonstration and Matmor Pilot project advanced to the highest echelons of India’s project approval processes; NITI Aayog (National Institution for the Transformation of India Committee). Through that process we’ve established relationships with key government… Continue Reading

ECT Director Receives Gippsland Business Award

ECT’s Non-Executive Director Barry Richards and his team at the Boolarra Community Hotel have won the New Business category for 2017. These awards are sponsored by Federation Uni and showcase some of Gippsland’s best small businesses. Watch Barry being interviewed by WIN News below. Continue Reading