Queensland is powering ahead in the new global renewable energy era by taking another significant step towards exporting green hydrogen to Europe’s largest port, the Port of Rotterdam in The Netherlands.
A feasibility study for a green hydrogen plant has been completed for the City of Cockburn in Western Australia, which investigated the use of green hydrogen to displace fossil fuels in local operations including fleet and administrative buildings.
Bipartisan federal support for a $140 million funding commitment towards two new hydrogen hubs in Western Australia has been welcomed by the state government.
Australian company, Hysata, has been globally recognised for its hydrogen electrolyser technology with ground-breaking research published in the top tier peer-reviewed scientific journal, Nature Communications.
The Tasmanian state government has entered into a unique agreement with the region of Flanders in Northern Belgium, as the first green hydrogen MoU to be signed by the latter and first state-to-state agreement on the technology to be signed by Tasmania.
A new agreement between Jemena, an energy infrastructure company, and gas supply company Coregas will enable buses, trucks and cars to be powered by green hydrogen in NSW.
RWE Supply & Trading and Australian hydrogen project developer The Hydrogen Utility Pty Ltd (H2U) have joined forces to develop hydrogen trading between Australia and Germany and therefore signed a Memorandum of Understanding. Together, they aim to bring green hydrogen produced in Australia to Europe. This is in line with the objective of HySupply, a 24-month … Continue reading RWE and H2U join forces to develop global hydrogen trading between Australia and Germany