30 Sep 2015The London Underground has successfully tested a new inverter system that converts energy used in braking trains into electricity.
30 Sep 2015The technology binds phosphorous in a water body and provides a protective permeable layer to sediments to prevent the phosphorus from being re-released.
18 Sep 2015A new analysis of the use of fossil fuels around the world has found Latin American and European cities are the least reliant on fossil fuels to power their electricity.
26 Aug 2015Professor Andres Cuevas from the Australian National University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science has been awarded the 2015 Becquerel Prize for his work on the development of silicon solar cells.
20 Aug 2015The new wind farm in Hornsdale will produce over 400 GWh annually, enough to provide power for more than 70,000 typical Australian homes.
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7 Oct 2015Learn the process where the earth is excavated, transported to and placed at another location.
13 Oct 2015How often do engineers actually think about the demographic data and projected populations used for designs, and if they are truly sustainable and realistic in the long term.
19 Oct 2015H2OLISTIC INTEGRATION: Concept, Design, Construction and Operation Stormwater NSW, the International Erosion Control Association (Australasia) and Engineers Australia invite you to attend the 3rd International Erosion Control Conference and 9th International Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference...
5 Nov 2015This two day course covers the principles of water-sensitive urban design (WSUD) relating to 'source control' of stormwater. A sound understanding of (urban) engineering hydrology is assumed.
9 Nov 2015Engineers Australia have a Code of Ethics that requires us to ‘promote sustainability’. And we now have policies for Sustainability and for Climate Change. But what might this mean to your practice? Ideas have been developed by the EA Western Australian Division that need broader testing prior to...
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