Knowledge sharing to support innovation for the growth of the resources sector.
Resources NSW was established to maximise new opportunities opening up in the resources sector by providing a focus on three key priority areas of the global resources sector:
- METS (Mining Equipment, Technology and Services) that provide innovative solutions for the optimisation, efficiency, productivity and sustainability of the resources sector
- Future Mining – The application of new technologies and resource strategies to support efficiency and enterprise improvements across the minerals value chain
- Resource Recovery – development and deployment of technologies and strategies to support sustainable communities.
Resources NSW supports and strengthens the agility of the sector by facilitating collaboration and knowledge transfer, and by working with businesses and researchers to identify and respond to new markets and opportunities.
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Stakeholders feedback on Emissions Reduction Fund priorities for 2022 needed now
Junior Minerals Exploration Incentive (JMEI) gets $100 million extension
Energy and resources priorities for $800m Australian large-scale manufacturers grants program
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Transformational Technologies for the Mining Industry
Hub sponsored event informing on new technologies for the mining sector
Hunter Circular Economy Think Tank
The NSW Energy and Resources Knowledge Hub was a participating organisation in the Hunter Circular Economy Think Tank in May.