Tasmanian government signs MoU with Woodside to support 10MW electrolyser project, to deliver blended hydrogen in main gas network.
Plans to build one of Australia’s largest wind farms are back on track, after a last-ditch High Court challenge to the 800-1000MW Victorian project was put to bed.
Princeton study says the US can reach net-zero emissions by 2050 or sooner and, if properly managed, it won’t break the bank.
UNSW and USYD researchers say new methods for producing ammonia, key to hydrogen transport, eliminate need for high temperatures, high pressures, and fossil fuels.
Western Australian gets 65 expressions of interest to produce and export renewable hydrogen at hub north of Geraldton – at least 10 from global corporate “super majors.”
Biden administration instructed to “capture the full costs of greenhouse gas emissions” in accordance with the science and taking global damages into account.
Danish offshore wind giant Ørsted makes final investment decision to proceed with development of a renewable hydrogen demonstration project powered by two offshore turbines.
Three key takeaways from new facts and stats on Australia’s biggest grid in 2020.
Global annual investment in low carbon technologies surpassed $US500 billion in 2020, boosted by a 28% increase in investment in electric vehicles and associated infrastructure.
How did Germany get its renewables so right – and what stumbling blocks might it encounter still?