Knowledge Hub

The Verdant Knowledge Hub is a free learning resource for anyone thinking about tomorrow’s energy needs. Specifically, we’ve sought to collaborate with industry, researchers, media and government to source and share insights that will help us understand this space better.

See below for news, opinions reports and discussions to enhance the way you think about hydrogen, energy and the world we live in.

Insights and Articles

The Clean Hydrogen Energy Economy was a Dream, The Climate Bill Could Make it a Reality this Decade The clean hydrogen energy …

The Future of Hydrogen – At the request of the government of Japan under its G20 presidency, the International Energy Agency produced …

Global Hydrogen Review 2021- The Global Hydrogen Review is a new annual publication by the International Energy Agency to track progress in …

Unlocking the hydrogen economy — stimulating investment across the hydrogen value chain Green hydrogen, sourced from water and renewable energy, has – …

World Energy Investment 2022 – High prices, rising costs, economic uncertainty, energy security concerns and climate imperatives amount to a powerful cocktail …

Fast transition to renewables will save the world $18 trillion, says Oxford study. A new study has found it is not only …

Green trains on their way. A global mining organisation and an Australian rail operator will attempt to build greener freight solutions to …

Renewable hydrogen costs to plummet. Following in 2021 where renewable hydrogen emerged as a crucial lifeline for emissions, intensive industries facing growing …

Australia’s Bioenergy Roadmap Review is out. Designed to help inform future policy and investment decisions, the roadmap sets out a vision for …

Industry Reports & Policies

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) recognises that the recovery of energy and resources from the thermal processing of waste has the potential, …

The main purpose of this project was to determine the potential availability of forestry residues for bioenergy generation and other applications on …

The 2021 Inputs, Assumptions and Scenarios Report (IASR) details how AEMO will model the future in its forecasting and planning publications for …

This Net Zero Plan Stage 1: 2020–2030 (Plan) sets out how the NSW Government will deliver on these objectives over the next …

History shows that we solve hard problems through enterprise and innovation. The Newcomen steam engine, the Haber-Bosch process and the agricultural Green …

We are approaching a decisive moment for international efforts to tackle the climate crisis – a great challenge of our times. The …

Electricity is the quiet driver of our modern way of life. It powers the computers at our schools and life-saving equipment at …

When the IEA published its first Electricity Market Report in December 2020, large parts of the world were in the midst of …

Australia’s clean energy transition accelerated again in 2020 as wind and rooftop solar set new records, battery storage came of age, and the …

Our Reports

Economic Impact Assessment

The reopening of the Redbank Power Station is anticipated to be a significant economic project to both the Singleton LGA and the Hunter Region. The Redbank Power Station reopening will provide both direct and indirect opportunities for local businesses during construction and operation resulting in employment.
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Expert Report on Climate Change & Ecologically Sustainable Development

In her independent report, Dr Cowie states Verdant’s proposal is ecologically sustainable due to its social, economic and environmental benefits as well as the mitigation measures put in place to protect the environment.
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Waste Wood Residue Fuel at Redbank... Consultation Report

The Proposal is expected to assist in hastening the transition to renewables and to stimulate economic activity whilst protecting environmental quality and human health with stringent monitoring and management. Assuming the proposed development is approved, licensing through the NSW EPA, monitoring and validation of performance will be required.
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