Ginninderra News

  • 20 Sep 2018

    Virtual Power Station – sky’s the limit for sustainable housing

    As Sustainable House Day is celebrated around the country, this week we focus on the distributed energy Virtual Power Station (VPS) technology which is contributing to our sustainable housing future. When the South East Queensland suburb of Yarrabilba received the highest available rating for...

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  • 13 Sep 2018

    Project update – August-September

    Over the past two months, the Ginninderra team has made steady progress with business planning associated with CSIRO Ginninderra. We are continuing to search for the right collaboration that will secure the future of the project, and have also been determining, in more detail,...

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  • 12 Sep 2018

    Integrated science informs new opportunities

    CSIRO’s ability to harness multidisciplinary research to identify potential future development opportunities has been showcased through a detailed study focused on Northern Australia CSIRO has conducted the most integrated investigation of opportunities for water and agricultural development in northern Australia, the Northern Australia Water...

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  • 17 Aug 2018

    Innovation fit for the Queen – Aerogard born in Canberra and WW II

    The innovation that kept flies off Queen Elizabeth on a golf day in Canberra in 1963 became Australia’s iconic insect repellent – Aerogard – just one of the amazing results born out of 91 years of CSIRO in the national capital. At a garden...

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  • 09 Aug 2018

    CSIRO accelerates hydrogen-powered future

    Australia is a step closer to a new hydrogen production and export industry following the national science agency’s successful refuelling of two fuel cell vehicles.  CSIRO Chief Executive Larry Marshall was one of the first to ride in the Toyota Mirai and Hyundai Nexo...

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