Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now open for the $2 billion Hydrogen Headstart Program. Scaling up production of renewable hydrogen is vital for achieving Australia’s ambition to become a renewable energy superpower.
The Japanese company, EX-Fusion, plans to produce a revolutionary source of green energy – the company will establish its international presence in South Australia, fuelling the State’s position as a global hydrogen leader.
UNSW Sydney’s Scientia Professor Martin Green has been inducted into the United States National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for technical contributions that have enabled the widespread use of silicon photovoltaics.
Six of the nation’s research institutions, including Australia’s national science agency Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), united with international researchers to address challenges in clean energy production and storage.
New survey data reveals that more than one-third of Australian SMEs would choose to invest in electric vehicles to meet customer or employee expectations – 30 per cent would make the switch to increase brand credibility. Read More