A Perth millionaire planning a solar development in Western Australia's Wheatbelt has come under fire from another regional community for failing to go ahead with a separate project. The Perdaman Group had planned to build the $3.5 billion Collie ... ABC Online, 1 month ago
, 2:55 am Vikas Rambal, chairman of Perdaman Chemicals, has pushed plans for a $3.5 billion urea plant in Collie. All four of the businesspeople known to be behind the poll that has rocked the Liberals have had interests in business ...Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago
Discussion about a sale of Western Power is taking place against a backdrop of rapid technological change in the sector, as networks brace for an onslaught of competition from battery storage. Disruption is infiltrating the capital-intensive ...BN Western Australia, 1 month ago
, 1:51 am Vikas Rambal plans to put solar panels on a shopping centre carpark. Picture: Nic Ellis. The Indian-born entrepreneur behind a long-proposed $3.5 billion fertiliser plant in Collie says the project is merely on the backburner ...West Australian, 1 month ago Coal supply holds key to $3.5b fertiliser plant (The West Australian) Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago
Stephen Durkin FIEAust CPEng EngExec NER APEC Engineer , Engineers Australia's Chief Executive Officer said the Prime Minister has made innovation—including having a far stronger focus on encouraging more young Australians to study STEM ...Engineers Australia, 1 month ago
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