Andrew Forrest chooses US based Plug Power to build massive hydrogen Gigafactory in Queensland, the first of “tens” of such projects planned for Australia.
Forrest attacks federal Coalition for fear mongering over switch to green energy, and its focus on fossil fuels in its hydrogen and CCS strategy.
NSW unveils a green hydrogen plan, aiming to attract $80 billion of investment and slashing costs of the technology.
Queensland government-owned coal generator to build a solar and battery-powered hydrogen electrolyser near Chinchilla on the Darling Downs.
The Kurri Kurri gas generator makes no sense: It has only six hours storage and can’t compete against faster, cheaper, cleaner batteries.
Australia’s second biggest aluminium smelter now has a brighter future after Rio Tinto flags it could be powered by wind and solar.
FFI and Incitec Pivot plan biggest green ammonia facility in Australia, replacing gas with product fuelled by wind and solar.
Forrest plans massive hydrogen electrolyser, wind and solar factory in Queensland, part of plans to become green renewables and resources powerhouse.
Andrew Forrest invests in breakthrough thin film solar PV tech that he says will deliver significant costs reductions and underpin his huge hydrogen plans.
NT unveils blueprints for massive renewable hydrogen zone, and a renewable energy hub to support new solar and battery storage.