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

In light of rapid uptake of renewables, Australia is looking to improve its power grid’s stability to counter generation risks and overburdening …

If ageing coal-fired and gas power stations are the ugly stepsisters of the electricity world, most renewables are the carriage that turns …

Are we ready for a power grid without coal? Australia’s electricity grid still relies on coal-fired generation. But with coal plants retiring …

Victoria’s north-west has been chosen as the case study for a new project looking for ways to connect renewable energy to weaker …

President Joe Biden has made returning the United States to the forefront of the world’s effort to combat climate change a main …

Hydrogen is having a moment. Globally, stakeholders of all kinds are looking to the zero-emission fuel as a way to decarbonize energy …

If you haven’t heard about hydrogen and fuel cells before, then listen up. These technologies are bursting on to the scene and …

Hydrogen is unmistakably a colourless gas. So why is it regularly spoken of in a myriad of different colours? The ironic naming …

“The biggest mistake in hydrogen is that we talk about price instead of value,” Chris Jackson, CEO of Protium, told H2 View’s …

Industry Reports & Policies

The National Electricity Market (NEM) is undergoing a profound transformation from a centralised system of large fossil fuel (coal and gas) generation …

Hydrogen gas (‘hydrogen’) is a versatile energy carrier and feedstock, derived primarily by splitting water or by reacting fossil fuels with steam …

Interest in hydrogen is growing both internationally and domestically, as industry and governments around the world investigate and execute on decarbonisation strategies. …

The potential role of hydrogen in the transition to a more sustainable energy future has attracted strong interest globally over recent years. …

Too often climate policy discussion has been dominated by fantasy scenarios: either one where a single country acts alone; or one where …

This paper was produced to assist the Legislative Council’s Standing Committee on State Development with its current inquiry into the Development of …

Underpinned by a global shift of regulators, investors, and consumers toward decarbonization, hydrogen (H2) is receiving unprecedented interest and investments. At the …

We aspire to reach a day in which the resource that powers our heating and cooking, fuels our daily commute, and forms …

In December 2018, the Council of Australian Governments Energy Council set a vision for a clean, innovative, safe and competitive hydrogen industry …

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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