Future-proofing global energy systems to ensure reliable, secure, affordable, sustainable energy supplies is one of the research projects to be implemented by the University of NSW in four new institutes it has established.
Melbourne-based tech energy company GreenSynce has raised $11.5 million in a Series B funding round led by the Australian Government-owned Clean Energy Finance Corporation through the Clean Energy Innovation Fund, and Southern Cross Venture Partners through the Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund.
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