The adoption of green hydrogen is crucial to meeting net-zero emissions by 2050.
Verdant is developing and acquiring green hydrogen and renewable energy assets across Australia to lead the transition to a low emissions economy. It is the first to unlock the power of green hydrogen by its integrated solutions, pairing hydrogen production with 24/7 green generation. This solves the capacity utilisation problem, driving down costs and delivering green hydrogen at commercial scale.
The Climate Question What’s the pitch? “Stories on why we find it so hard to save our own planet, and how we might change that.”
In light of rapid uptake of renewables, Australia is looking to improve its power grid’s stability to counter generation risks and overburdening of the transmission
If ageing coal-fired and gas power stations are the ugly stepsisters of the electricity world, most renewables are the carriage that turns into a pumpkin
Are we ready for a power grid without coal? Australia’s electricity grid still relies on coal-fired generation. But with coal plants retiring and more renewables
President Joe Biden has made returning the United States to the forefront of the world’s effort to combat climate change a main priority in his