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Tarong post combustion pilot plant The Tarong project is supported by the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean development and Climate (APP). Initial operation of the facility was completed with 30wt% monoethanolamine (MEA). This was followed by evaluation o ...
Carbon Kids teaches South West about clean energy AN education program teaching South West students about clean energy has been given a funding boost by the state government. The CSIRO’s Carbon Kids program received more than $200,000 from the Department ...
CSIRO scientists say a trial capturing carbon emissions from a power station in southern Queensland's South Burnett region has been successful. The Federal Government body has spent the past three years using a special liquid to capture carbon from t ...
Carbon storage team works with farmers In response to a number of issues raised by the Harvey-Waroona Reporter, the South West Hub Carbon Capture and Storage team has promised it will not enter private property without the landowner’s permission during it ...
Demonstrating the future of 'clean coal' If there is a future to clean coal, it may well be found in Banana Shire in central Queensland. There, amid open-cut coalmines and the odd Queensland bottle tree, federal and state governments and the coa ...
University of Melbourne Engineers have developed a novel method of collecting and storing carbon dioxide that will reduce the cost of separating and storing carbon dioxide. The quest to capture carbon dioxide is crucial to a cleaner future and once captur ...
Life's a gas for clever carbon schoolchildren WA students used bottles and balloons at Crown Perth yesterday to test their knowledge of emerging carbon capture technology. More than 160 primary and high school students took part in a challenge to dem ...
Science education for students STUDENTS and teachers from Newborough, Traralgon South, Cobains and Toongabbie primary schools attended the CSIRO CarbonKids Climate Change workshops held at Toongabbie Primary School recently. CarbonKids is an innovative ed ...
Carbon capture a prize-winning idea Capturing carbon dioxide emissions just became cheaper thanks to the work of Dr Matthew Hill, winner of the 2012 Eureka Prize for 'Emerging Leader in Science'. Until now, carbon capture and storage has been an ...
CarbonKids learn about sustainability TOONGABBIE Primary School, Victoria, hosted the CarbonKids Climate Change Workshop for regional school kids last week, a national event sponsored by Bayer, the Global Carbon Capture Storage Institute and the Commonwea ...