The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $2.6 million in funding for Australia’s first remote microgrid using renewable hydrogen generation in Western Australia.
Queensland-owned Stanwell Corporation and Japanese energy company Iwatani Corporation have formed a consortium to further the state’s green hydrogen production and export capabilities.
Fortescue Metals Group is investigating the development of a green ammonia plant in Tasmania, which could include a 250 MW green hydrogen plant.
The project will be the largest green ammonia plant in the world, supported by a $37 million upgrade to the Port Bonython jetty.
The South Australian Government has detailed three hydrogen hubs it believes will position the state at the forefront of the clean hydrogen industry.
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) is close to finalising construction works on its SA hydrogen project, while also signing a new supply deal with BOC.
The fourth day of the APGA Virtual Convention brought more engaging presentations, including a discussion examining the standards surrounding potential hydrogen use in Australia.
The third day of the APGA Virtual Convention and Exhibition provided a mix of technical and policy-based presentations for attendees.
Speaking at the APGA Virtual Convention, Future Fuels CRC CEO David Norman said a new centralised source for sharing hydrogen information is now available.
Australia’s full gas potential has yet to be realised but now is the time to do so, according to Federal Minister Angus Taylor.
Petrofac will undertake front end engineering design (FEED) work for Infinite Blue Energy Group’s (IBE) $350 million Arrowsmith green hydrogen project.
UNSW Sydney engineers have completed an analysis of green hydrogen production costs, revealing Australia is in the prime position to take advantage of the resource.
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), Valmec and GPA Engineering have won a 2020 Australian Engineering Excellence Award for a pioneering hydrogen project in South Australia.
A new report from Australia’s peak gas industry bodies outlines a roadmap to decarbonising the country’s natural gas sector through a strong focus on hydrogen.
The Federal Government released its first Low Emissions Technology Statement this week – the first checkpoint of its Technology Investment Roadmap.
A new technology has allowed researchers to upcycle biosolids and biogas to produce hydrogen from wastewater.
Infinite Blue Energy (IBE) Group has contracted Xodus Group to carry out the initial phase of work for its $300 million green hydrogen plant.
The University of Queensland (UQ) is offering two Future Fuels CRC PhD Scholarships for hydrogen embrittlement (HE) of gas pipeline steels.
Hydrogen has emerged as a high-profile ‘future fuel’ being considered by the Future Fuels CRC’s research programs.
Through its expertise in pipeline integrity, ROSEN Group used a combination of multiple technologies to save a subsea pipeline damaged by the strong forces of nature.
Fortescue Metals Group, Hyundai Motor Company and the CSIRO have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to accelerate the development of renewable hydrogen.
A $22 million investment will boost WA’s renewable hydrogen industry as part of the state’s recovery plan.
The company’s new report outlines the acceleration of energy transition through the rapid uptake of renewable energy.
The New South Wales Government has approved the development application for Jemena’s Western Sydney Green Gas Project.
Jemena, Hyundai Australia and Coregas have entered a memorandum of understanding (MOU) regarding the production and supply of green hydrogen for vehicle fuel.
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