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

One of football’s most prestigious tournaments, the African Cup of Nations, is providing an opportunity to showcase Africa’s hydrogen prowess and the …

Hydrogen is likely to play a crucial role in the pursuit of energy transition over the coming years. However, the UN Climate Change …

For these vital net-zero technologies, the next five years will be critical. Carbon capture & storage (CCS) and low-carbon hydrogen have a …

Drawing attention to the “deeply alarming” report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) last month, Secretary-General António Guterres spelled out …

Today, during the first Hydrogen Shot Summit, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm launched the Hydrogen Shot Fellowship to …

Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm today launched the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Energy Earthshots Initiative, to accelerate breakthroughs of more …

Within the framework of the 2021 Vienna Energy Forum (VEF), German Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Gerhard Kuentzle met with Tareq Emtairah, Director …

South Australia offers vital lessons for other jurisdictions transitioning from a fossil fuel-based electricity grid to a low emissions, high penetration renewables …

Tens of thousands of jobs, billions of pounds in investment and new export opportunities will be unlocked through government plans to create …

Industry Reports & Policies

Australia has the renewable energy resources, the technical skills, and the track record with international partners to become a global hydrogen leader. …

The report from Working Group I of the IPCC, covering the physical science of climate change, is the first contribution to the …

The COVID-19 pandemic gripped the globe shortly after the release of the inaugural World Climate and Security Report at the Munich Security …

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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