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Hydrogen-producing rooftop solar panels nearing commercialisation

KU Leuven researchers have developed rooftop panels that capture both solar power and water from the air. Like traditional PV modules, hydrogen panels are also connected, but via gas tubes instead of electric cables. The researchers are now preparing to bring the tech to the mass market via a spinoff company.


Bristol Springs green hydrogen project secures pre-certification

Australian listed renewable energy company Frontier Energy has announced it will have its large-scale renewable hydrogen project in the heart of Western Australia certified under the Smart Energy Council’s Zero Carbon Certification Scheme.

Super fund to tip $100 million into green hydrogen projects

Queensland-based independent power producer ReNu Energy and aspiring green hydrogen manufacturer Countrywide Hydrogen will seek to advance its renewable hydrogen projects from concept to production after Australian superannuation fund HESTA agreed to invest up to $100 million (USD 64 million) to develop the facilities.

Energy Estate looks to cavern storage for Hunter Hydrogen Network

Developer Energy Estate has signed a deal with Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, which has designed vertical manmade caverns for hydrogen storage. Energy Estate co-founder Simon Currie says the partnership is about shoring up projects like its proposed 1.6 GW Hunter Hydrogen Network.


Standardised measurements for solar water-splitting for green hydrogen

NREL and Berkeley Lab have proposed efficiency and stability best practices for solar water-splitting to make hydrogen, while a team of researchers from Malaysia and Pakistan have revealed their findings on the feasibility of hydrogen-based incineration.

FFI teams up with European heavyweight on green hydrogen for Australia, Latin America

Australian green hydrogen developer Fortescue Future Industries and Italian gas and electricity giant Enel are set to partner on making green hydrogen cost-competitive with fossil fuel alternatives this decade.

‘Just not going to happen’: big fails from hydrogen in Australia

If the hydrogen economy was fuelled by announcements, it would be booming. In reality, little has come to operational fruition yet. More alarmingly, there is a complete “void of activity” in the Australia’s crucial early stage industry development, BayWa r.e. Australia’s Dr James Hamilton tells pv magazine Australia. “We’ve got a lot of ground to make up and if we don’t acknowledge that, we’re not going to make that ground.”


FFI, BP among six companies offered land by WA government to kickstart hydrogen precinct

The Western Australian government has allocated six companies land in the state’s mid-west to develop green hydrogen projects, including Fortescue Future Industries and BP.


Longi eyes green hydrogen market in India

Longi is entering the green hydrogen market in India with new alkaline electrolyser offerings. It also plans to roll out a next-generation Hi-MO solar module later this year.

WA government pledges $5.5 million boost for Mid West Hydrogen Hub

The McGowan government is accelerating the development of the Mid West Hydrogen Hub, with $5.5 million for planning works and studies.

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