Having completed first prototype testing outside the lab for its green hydrogen photocatalytic water splitting technology, joint venture company Sparc Hydrogen has been working on its pilot plant study, selecting a site “proximal to Adelaide.”
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and Swinburne University of Technology’s Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2) have today launched a state-of-the-art clean hydrogen refuelling station, purpose-built for enabling hydrogen research.
The International Energy Agency has released two new interactive data tools that allow users to explore developments related to low-emissions hydrogen projects worldwide.
South Australia’s landmark Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Bill has passed both Houses of the South Australian Parliament, paving the way for the state to capitalise on its abundant wind and solar and underlining its status as a global clean energy leader.
British-headquartered oil and gas major bp will look at deploying a 100 MW electrolyser to produce renewable hydrogen for domestic and export markets as it seeks to transform its former Kwinana oil refinery site in Western Australia into a green fuels hub.
Australian company Pure Hydrogen has announced that its ‘Taurus’ hydrogen fuel cell prime mover is now available for sale.
A renewable hydrogen-powered future is a step closer in Victoria, with Australian Gas Networks, part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group, completing two decades of upgrades to its infrastructure, which means its gas mains supplying the state are world class and hydrogen-ready.
CS Energy has signed an agreement with United States-headquartered GE Vernova for the supply of key equipment for Queensland’s first “hydrogen-ready” gas peaking power plant which will initially be capable of operating on 35% renewable hydrogen.
Following promising initial drill results from its Ramsay natural hydrogen project, Gold Hydrogen has signed two industry deals to collaborate on a proof-of-concept natural hydrogen pilot on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula. If successful, it would be Australia’s first natural hydrogen project.
Sydney startup AMSL Aero has been awarded $5.43 million by ARENA to develop a hydrogen-powered electric aircraft capable of taking off and landing vertically. The startup has previously flown a battery-only prototype, but says adding a hydrogen fuel cell will increase the range to 1000km.
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