The Australian Government is providing $7.5 million to energy infrastructure company Jemena to support an Australian-first trial of a renewable hydrogen-powered electricity generation facility in Western Sydney.
A new technology platform which allow patients in private and public hospitals to connect directly with medical specialists and exchange information on fees, wait times and locations before consultation, is now being trialled in New South Wales.
The Federal Government’s innovation agenda and the potential for innovation to generate jobs and stimulate the economy has been the focus of discussions in Western Sydney today between the Prime Minister and industry and business leaders.
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