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Engineers Australia | October 2023

Roadmap to establish an Australian decommissioning industry submission

Engineers Australia highlights that decommissioning is a $60 billion opportunity for Australian industry and workers.

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Engineers Australia | August 2023

AI in education submission to parliamentary inquiry

Engineers Australia’s submission provides feedback on the terms of reference focusing on how Generative AI tools will impact engineering education.

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Engineers Australia | March 2023

Submission to national battery strategy

The Department of Industry, Science and Resources consulted on a National Battery Strategy issues paper. Engineers Australia's submission focuses on moving up the value chain, starting in mineral processing, covering all processes and precursors before mass manufacturing, assembly in niche applications and leveraging safety standards and ESG credentials for competitive advantage.

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Engineers Australia | January 2023

Engineers Australia's Budget submission 2023

Engineers Australia advocates for skills, nationally consistent registration, engineering led climate action, a reliable energy transition and support for innovation in the 2023 Federal Budget. 

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Engineers Australia | October 2022

Engineering Australia’s productivity

This submission puts forward three areas which should be considered by the Productivity Commission in their review on ways Australia can improve productivity into the future.

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Engineers Australia | April 2022

Commercialisation of engineering innovation

Despite having one of the world’s most educated and wealthy populations, Australia remains a chronic underperformer when it comes to the commercialisation of engineering innovation.

Budget submission: National engineering resilience
Engineers Australia | January 2022

Engineering national resilience

Engineers Australia presents recommendations concerning the 2022 Federal Budget, focused on building sovereign capability, beating climate change and investing in people.

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