When it comes to managing waste, NSW is in trouble

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NSW waste management in trouble. I am writing (again) about where New South Wales is going wrong in matters concerning waste and the circular economy. I decided to write four short articles to go through the issues in detail. Yes, it takes more than one article. The first two articles deal with a short inventory […]

Renewable hydrogen costs “expected to plummet” by 2030 – here’s how

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Renewable hydrogen costs to plummet. Following in 2021 where renewable hydrogen emerged as a crucial lifeline for emissions, intensive industries facing growing pressures to de-carbonise, 2022 is set to mark an inflection point for hydrogen investment – where investment and production surge to new highs – provided governments get on board. New analysis from energy […]

Bioenergy Roadmap Review. What does it mean for Australia?

Bioenergy Roadmap Review

Australia’s Bioenergy Roadmap Review is out. Designed to help inform future policy and investment decisions, the roadmap sets out a vision for a sustainable bioenergy industry that delivers lower emissions, regional growth, energy resilience and waste management benefits for Australia. So, what does it mean for us? The benefits for Australia According to the roadmap, […]

Hydrogen start-up seeks funds to convert old coal generator to biomass

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Hydrogen start-up seeks funds to convert old coal generator to biomass. As featured in Renew Economy “New hydrogen developer Verdant Technologies is making a pitch to become one of Australia’s largest hydrogen producers after launching a $2 million pre-IPO capital raising to fund its plans to revive the closed Redbank coal fired Power Station, convert […]

Hydrogen: 2021 inflection point, demand forecast and export market

Hydrogen: 2021 inflection point

“Hydrogen: 2021 inflection point – On the Bid is a new Stockhead video series featuring a round table of experts discussing a new investment topic each week. In this edition, host Oriel Morrison discusses the hydrogen market. Populating the expert panel this week is Stephen Gauld, Managing Director of Infinite Blue Energy, Scott Brown, CEO of Pure […]

The Biden Administration’s Prioritisation of Hydrogen

Prioritisation of Hydrogen

Prioritisation of Hydrogen 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 first few months in office. Not only has he directed the US to rejoin the UN Paris Accords, he also hosted a virtual, global climate summit with […]

International Hydrogen Plans Update – Europe

International Hydrogen Plans Update

International Hydrogen Plans Update. Hydrogen is having a moment. Globally, stakeholders of all kinds are looking to the zero-emission fuel as a way to decarbonize energy intensive industries and combat climate change. Among these stakeholders, governmental entities are embracing dedicated plans and roadmaps that focus on the deployment and widespread adoption of hydrogen and fuel […]

Five fast facts about Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

If you haven’t heard about hydrogen and fuel cells before, then listen up. These technologies are bursting on to the scene and have the potential to solve some of the biggest problems in energy ranging from commercial buildings to transportation. And, while most people are more familiar with solar, wind and battery power, keep your […]