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Australian technology supporting Hunter class frigates

South Australia’s Cohda Wireless was one of 4 Australian companies chosen from an “innovation challenge” to help fast track manufacturing processes to support the Hunter Class Frigate Program (HCFP).  Through Hunter, BAE Systems Australia will build nine of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine warfare frigates for the Royal Australian Navy, known as the ‘Hunter class’.  … Continued

Innovative SA company to reap rewards of frigate contract

The benefits of winning a major defence contract go way beyond monetary value, according to the Chief Operating Officer of an innovative South Australian manufacturing company that is making gasket parts for BAE Systems Australia’s Hunter Class Frigate Program.  Luke Sernecki, of PRP Manufacturing, said the company now not only has a deeper relationship with … Continued

WA Company setting up in Adelaide

West Australian company Altrad Services Pty Ltd (Altrad) has established a permanent facility in Osborne, Adelaide as a result of winning the contract to provide blast and paint services for the Hunter Class Frigate Program’s prototyping phase.  Through the Hunter Class program, BAE Systems Maritime Australia will build nine of the world’s most advanced anti-submarine … Continued

Vast Solar 1

Project Overview Vast Solar is developing VS1, a 30 MW Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) plant located in Port Augusta, South Australia. The CSP plant gathers solar energy during the day, stores it as heat in the molten salt tanks, then when required, uses the stored heat to make steam to drive a turbine to generate … Continued

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.  The Robertstown and Bungama projects are part of Amp’s flagship Renewable Energy Hub of South Australia.  The larger of the two projects is at … Continued

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. Main construction on the $9.9 billion project is expected to start in late 2023 and be finished by 2030. The T2D … Continued

SecureEnergy is building Australia’s largest transmission project

EnergyConnect is the nation’s largest transmission project, involving the construction of 900km of new transmission lines between the electrical grids of NSW, SA and VIC. Connecting the power grids of three Australian states increases system strength and provides access to renewable generators, driving competition in the wholesale electricity market. The interconnector is a key element … Continued

Win for all in freight contract

A South Australian family owned freight business has won an initial three-year contract with OZ Minerals to service the Carrapateena copper mine north of Port Augusta.  The contract, which includes freight distribution in Adelaide and daily line-haul services taking supplies out to the mine, means the company will be able to add 10 new jobs … Continued

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