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    For Australian mining, the next decade is as big on opportunities as it is on challenges. Demand for the minerals that will literally empower the clean energy transition is soaring. By 2050, for instance, lithium demand is estimated to grow 500-fold, while the demand for copper is set to double.

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    The mining sector has achieved outstanding results in its push toward zero-harm operations. Consider that two decades ago, there were more than 12 fatalities per 100,000 mining workers. By the year 2016 this figure had dropped by three quarters, to closer to 3.

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    Transportation is a major contributor to Australian CO2 emissions, accounting for nearly 20% of all emissions in 2023. Without intervention, transportation is projected to be the largest source of carbon emissions in Australia by the end of this decade.

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    REMI Residences is a luxury apartment complex at 122 Surf Parade in the Gold Coast. The first of several property ventures from MFG Global, it aims to offer a differentiated lifestyle experience to its residents. At the heart of this experience is a digital platform to enable smart, sustainable living in the lap of luxury.

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    Cromarty is a Tasmanian company with three offices in that state, as well as in the cities of Melbourne and Brisbane.  They offer professional electrical engineering and automation services, taking pride in supplying exceptional product sales knowledge and technical expertise. Cromarty’s team comprises Machine Safety Certified engineers who handle front-end application design, construction, and

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    The Cosmos Nickel Project in Western Australia could potentially employ an all-electric underground mine fleet, as revealed by a collaboration between IGO Limited, Perenti, and ABB. Their study suggests that battery electric vehicles (BEVs) could compete with diesel vehicles in terms of productivity and cost over the life of the mine. Additionally, BEVs could reduce cooling and ventilation

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    Mining runs 24/7 which means ABB’s service engineers are on call around-the-clock, too. That is particularly important for critical infrastructure including hoisting systems and while smart technology streamlines diagnostics, dedicated people are essential to maintaining safe, smooth and reliable operations.

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    ABB's Motion Business in Australia has signed a contract with IPD, a leading Australian automation and electrical distributor. IPD will become ABB's national Low Voltage Motors Master Distributor, effective from June 1, 2024. IPD is a market-leading ASX-listed company with over 71 years of experience in power distribution, energy management, power quality, automation, industrial control,

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    They are a small business doing big things. Packweigh specialises in designing and manufacturing automated weighing and bagging systems. Their systems are capable of batching product bagging, pick and placing, and palletizing, and are integrated within custom turnkey solutions. These systems are widely used in various industries such as food packaging, consumables, chemicals, seed, grain and stock

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    A mine hoist is often trusted to carry the most precious resource of all: people. Strong personal relationships are essential to navigate the long haul to design and commission these critical hoisting systems, with safety and reliability always at the centre.

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    ABB Australia, a global leader in technology, electrification, and automation, has appointed Amber Technology, a leading distributor of audio-visual solutions, to become part of the company’s network of technical distributors in Australia.

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    ABB Engineer Carlos Godoy visited Foxwell State Secondary College last week to help students prepare to take part in Australia’s first-ever Horizon Hydrogen Grand Prix. The visit was part of ABB’s partnership with Horizon Educational, providing students with opportunities to explore renewable energy education and develop much-needed technical skills to decarbonise energy production in Australia.

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