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. — 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

Times of India – NLC, NMDC, Australian firm to launch collaborative project

  CUDDALORE: NLC India Limited and National Mineral Development Corporation limited (NMDC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ECT), Australia to undertake the largest-ever joint research and development operations between the two countries… Source: NLC, NMDC, Australian firm to launch collaborative project – Times of India Continue Reading

India Project Agreement Clarification

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX:ESI) (ECT or Company) is pleased to provide the following clarification to yesterday’s announcement regarding the signing of its historic agreement with two prominent Indian government enterprises, NLC India Limited (NLCIL) and NMDC Limited (NMDC). Yesterday’s announcement confirmed the signing of the Project Agreement for the execution of the largest ever… Continue Reading

Historic Australia-India R&D Collaboration Agreement Signed

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ESI) (ECT or Company) is pleased to announce the signing of the Project Agreement with NLC India Limited (NLCIL) and NMDC Limited (NMDC) for the largest-ever joint R&D collaboration between Australia and India. Key points: Project Agreement signed today in Canberra in the presence of India’s High Commissioner, Dr Gondane… Continue Reading

Shareholder Update – India Project

NLC and NMDC Boards endorse Project Agreement Project Agreement to be signed by NLC, NMDC and ECT in Canberra Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ESI) (ECT or Company) is pleased to announce that the NLC and NMDC Boards have provided their endorsed documents for execution of the final Project Agreement at the scheduled signing ceremony… Continue Reading

Business Line – ECT in the Indian media

    NLC, NMDC to sign MoU with Australian firm for steel production – Business Line 24 May 2018 | Business Line | M Ramesh In a few days, SK Acharya, Chairman and Managing Director of the public sector lignite mining-cum-power production company NLC, will fly to Australia to sign an agreement with Environmental Clean… Continue Reading