Research shows that ‘blue’ hydrogen made from fossil fuels doesn’t always mean low emissions, and experts say it’s time to go green.
Study warns universal reliance on hydrogen-based fuels could distract from main game of renewable electrification and lock in fossil fuel dependency.
Queensland secures deal with Japanese firm to investigate the production of solar-fuelled green hydrogen at the Kogan Creek power station.
Vattenfall announces plans to convert Moorburg coal plant, shuttered just five years after being commissioned, into a green hydrogen hub powered by wind and solar.
UNSW and USYD researchers say new methods for producing ammonia, key to hydrogen transport, eliminate need for high temperatures, high pressures, and fossil fuels.
Australia’s renewable hydrogen ambitions boosted as Japanese industrial giant Mitsubishi Heavy Industries buys stake in local project developer, H2U.
Australia reaches highest position ever on EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index, boosted to third place by green hydrogen and solar export plans.
The proposed Arrowsmith green hydrogen project partners with Western Power to complete studies on potential transmission link for the project.
Massive $250m green hydrogen plant destined for Whyalla gets South Australian government backing, targeting growing Asian market for ammonia exports.
Adelaide’s Tonsley Hydrogen Park locks in a deal to supply steel hub Whyalla with zero emissions hydrogen, with first production about to start.