Nordic steel producer SSAB to produce first truly ‘fossil-free’ steel by 2026, with renewable hydrogen, nearly a decade quicker than it had thought possible.
Three Belgian companies to use excess offshore wind power for “green hydrogen” plant in port of Ostend.
New report suggests costs for hydrogen produced by wind and solar will halve in next decade, beating fossil fuels and presenting huge opportunity for Australia.
Remote coastal community of Denham may become host to one of Australia’s first hydrogen storage projects, as Horizon Power overhauls its electricity system.
Australian scientists say a new green hydrogen production technique could slash costs by avoiding the need for expensive metals.
Finkel says there was no political consensus for hydrogen targets, and cast doubts about long-term cost effectiveness of hydrogen using carbon capture.
ARENA and the CEFC will provide a combined $370M in funding support, as Morrison government looks to capitalise on hydrogen export potential.
Finkel national hydrogen strategy gets green light from COAG, but there are fears it will provide a lifeline to prop up the coal industry and dreams of “carbon capture”.
Tasmania has ‘competitive advantages’ for renewable hydrogen production, which could deliver major economic benefits to the state, according to Hydro Tas.
Major German steel producer Thyssenkrupp completes world-first successful demonstration of using renewable hydrogen to make steel, rather than coal.