Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and its industry partners plan to trial the Direct Injection Carbon Engine (DICE) in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley, the second largest and lowestcost brown coal resource in the world, with the aim of reducing emissions from brown coal-generated electricity by 50% compared to current technology.
Brown Coal Innovation Australia (BCIA) has allocated A$1M to the technology trial, which is designed to maximise the value of Australia’s unique resource by significantly reducing emissions associated with the use of brown coal.
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South African transport utility Transnet is to audit the lifestyle of every employee in a bid to prevent corruption and “ensure high standards of ethics and integrity.” Another three top executives were fired in June