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South Australian teams with California on clean energy ambitions

The South Australian and California state governments have signed an historic agreement that will see them work together on advancing the clean energy transition and the integration of renewable energies, including green hydrogen, into their respective grids.

Budget fuels renewable hydrogen’s future with $8 billion uptick

Budget night unveiled more than $8 billion of support measures to grow the domestic hydrogen industry for its place on the global stage, which energy billionaire Andrew Forrest suggests could make Australia the Saudi Arabia of clean energy.

Australian startup teams with French utility to test electrolsyer technology

An Australian start-up spun out of the CSIRO has been awarded a grant to build a 5 kW electrolyser that will be deployed at a United Kingdom power plant operated by French energy utility EDF.


Countrywide locks in government backing to help drive Hydrogen HyWay

Countrywide Hydrogen’s ambition to be the first major green hydrogen producer in Tasmania has received a boost with the state government announcing an $8 million funding package that would support the delivery of its ‘Hydrogen HyWay’ project.

Pacific Energy lands first NSW PPA and sets up shop in Victoria

Western Australian renewables infrastructure provider Pacific Energy has set up a new office in Victoria with the initial task of managing another first for the company, the delivery of a 26 MW hybrid power system in New South Wales.


New funding puts Hysata on path to giga-scale manufacturing

Australian green hydrogen technology company Hysata is aiming to increase its manufacturing capacity to the giga-scale after securing backing from a syndicate of global investing heavyweights in a record-breaking Series B raise.


Solar-hydrogen solution rolled out for off-grid settings

A new mobile power generator that combines solar and renewable hydrogen to provide zero-emissions power for remote and off-grid applications has been unveiled by Victorian startup H2PowerBox.


Policy uncertainty stalls Australian green hydrogen refuelling network plans

New Zealand-based green hydrogen company Hiringa Energy has raised the bar for decarbonising the heavy transport sector by kickstarting an Australasian-wide refuelling network but the company has warned government policies are putting the brakes on its Australian plans.

ANU partners with Aussie startup CQSola on solar-to-hydrogen research

Australian National University researchers will put their heads together with Queensland tech company CQSola to find ways to accelerate commercialisation of a direct solar-to-hydrogen system as part of a newly funded project.

Pure Hydrogen secures land to launch ‘hydrogen highway’

Australian clean energy and mobility company Pure Hydrogen is progressing with a multi-stage hydrogen plant and refuelling station development in Queensland with a green hydrogen baseline production of 420 kilograms per day.

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