Latest News from SA
ICN SA is committed to keeping you informed about all changes and updates within Australian industry.
30 March 2023
Autumn Capability News
Find out how ICN is helping Australian SME's in this edition of Capability News
29 March 2023
Building Hydrogen Supply Chains
The global transition away from fossil fuels needs a mix of renewable, flexible, storable and safe fuels. Hydrogen has all of these characteristics.
6 December 2022
Innovative solar technology slated for Port Augusta
An Australian-based clean energy company has developed world-leading solar thermal storage technology and has plans to develop a concentrated solar thermal plant (CSP) in Port Augusta.
11 July 2022
Hydrogen – the fuel of the future
South Australian Hydrogen Hubs Inc. (SA-H2H™) has an ambitious goal to firmly establish several hydrogen “hubs” across the State, bringing together industry, academia and government to rapidly accelerate scale of hydrogen ecosystem.
16 March 2022
More solar power slated for SA
Amp Power Australia (Amp) is developing two energy projects north of Adelaide and is looking to engage with local entrepreneurs and businesses to assist with the supply of renewable energy in South Australia.
16 March 2022
Non-stop travel through Adelaide
The final part of Adelaide’s most important transport route – the North-South Corridor - is in development phase, with full funding for the 10.5km Torrens to Darlington (T2D) project confirmed in February this year.
13 December 2021
Keeping the lights on in South Australia
ICN SA is working GE Renewable Energy Australia and Elecnor Group’s Green Light Contractors to ensure local suppliers have the opportunity to be involved in the $423 million first stage of Neoen’s Goyder Renewables Zone.
30 August 2021
ICN SA Newsletter – August 2021
Find out how ICN SA is supporting industry and projects in the regions
1 July 2021
Regional company on the world water sustainability stage
A regional South Australian water quality improvement company is gaining traction on the world stage, thanks in part to its involvement with ICN.