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Evergen edges closer to destroying coal-fired power stations

ExclusiveJun 1, 2020 – 9.00amRenewable energy software company Evergen is one step closer to achieving its ambitious goal of destroying 10 coal-fired power stations in 10 continents in the next three years, having raised $6 million to accelerate its growth.The business, founded in 2015 in a joint initiative by CSIRO and AMP Capital, has developed…


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Futures jump on vaccine hopes; global markets rally

LiveUpdated May 19, 2020 – 8.19am, first published at 7.29amKey PointsGlobal sharemarkets ralllied overnightUS biotech Moderna releaes positive Phase I trial resultsModerna currently has no products on market16 mins ago – 8.19amNZME says court declines injunction to extend Nine negotiationsSarah TurnerNZME said that its application for an interim injunction to preserve the exclusive negotiation period…


‘Watershed’: BHP, Rio back indigenous ‘voice’ to parliament

‘Watershed’: BHP, Rio back indigenous ‘voice’ to parliament

Labor leader Bill Shorten has promised a referendum on the voice issue before a republican plebiscite, which he has pledged in the first term of a Shorten government but opinions are increasingly divided about how any vote should proceed.’Watershed’ momentBusiness figures attending the CEDA event in Perth, heralded Mr Mackenzie’s rallying speech as a “watershed…