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Fujitsu opens data centre in Western Australia
21 Dec 2010
Leading global IT provider, the Japan-based company Fujitsu, has opened a data centre in Perth, Western Australia.
UK data centre provider building large eco-friendly facility in Australia
13 Dec 2010
The UK data centre provider Global Switch has been given the green light to build a large new data centre in Australia.
First solar energy fund launched in Australia
10 Dec 2010
The independent Australian advisory and funds management firm, Moss Capital, has launched Australia’s first solar energy fund.
Work begins on Australia’s largest Brayton Cycle solar-thermal tower
29 Nov 2010
Work has begun on Australia’s largest Brayton Cycle solar-thermal tower system at the CSIRO National Solar Energy Centre in Newcastle, New South Wales.
Australia pilots world’s first solar powered dialysis unit
8 Nov 2010
The German health care company, Fresenius Medical Care and Barwon Health, Victoria, have piloted the world’s first solar powered dialysis unit at Geelong Hospital.
$15 billion boost to Australian LNG project
5 Nov 2010
The UK’s BG Group has announced that it will commit $15 billion to develop a coal seam liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Queensland.
US algae producer expands to Australia
27 Oct 2010
The California-based algae producer, Aurora Algae, has announced an expansion of its operations, opening a regional headquarters in Perth and plans for its first commercial production facility in north-western Australia.
Australian, German MOU on Carbon Capture
25 Oct 2010
The Australian energy company, Linc Energy, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Potsdam-based GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ).
Western Australia solar farm investment
5 Oct 2010
Perth-based Verve Energy and BP Solar, one of the world’s largest solar companies, have announced plans to build Australia’s largest ever grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) plant near Geraldton, Western Australia.
US investors fund Australian luminescence-imaging systems company
30 Aug 2010
Applied Ventures, the venture capital arm of the Nasdaq-listed Applied Materials Inc, and US venture capitalists Allen & Buckeridge and Uniseed, have invested in the Australian luminescence-imaging systems company, BT Imaging Pty Ltd (BTi).

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