The secretive billionaire backed plans to harness fusion

By Jonathan Frochtzwajg 28 April 2016 Inside a laboratory near Vancouver in British Columbia, an alarm is blaring. In the middle of the industrial warehouse stands what looks like a cannon from a spaceship, about five metres long and festooned in wires. None of the lab’s red-coat-wearing technicians seem fazed by the noise. The siren, which alerts workers to don …

Beyond Tesla: solar-powered battery could challenge Australia’s soaring electricity prices

By Annie Kane Australia is at the dawn of a battery storage revolution. A recent report from US-based IHS Technology states that Australia’s energy storage market will grow from less than 500 battery installations in 2015 to 30,000 installations by 2018, while Morgan Stanley has found that half of all households in Australia are interested in installing solar panels with …

Nations sign historic Paris climate deal

By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, New York Amid hope and hype, delegates have finished signing the Paris climate agreement at UN headquarters in New York. Some 171 countries inked the deal today, a record number for a new international treaty. About 15 nations, mainly small island states, had already ratified the agreement.

INCEPT ACQUIRES US$20 MILLION OF SHARES IN MALI RESOURCES

15 April 2016 Dear Shareholder, INCEPT ACQUIRES US$20 MILLION OF SHARES IN MALI RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT BY PRIVATE BOND ISSUE The Company wishes to confirm that it completed and settled a US$20 million bond issue with a North American securities house underwritten by an Asian investment bank. These cash funds were specifically used to acquire 3,478,260 Sub-Class Mali1 shares on the …