Will hydrogen use in manufacturing be the best way to achieve the net-zero emissions target by 2050?
Hydrogen has been widely touted as a viable alternative to fossil fuels and could form a key part of the energy strategy enabling the Australian Government to achieve the net-zero emissions target by 2050. But is hydrogen a realistic alternative energy source for heavy industries like manufacturing in Australia? SYSPRO Asia Pacific CEO Rob Stummer … Continue reading Will hydrogen use in manufacturing be the best way to achieve the net-zero emissions target by 2050?
To decarbonise Australia’s energy and industrial sectors, Australia’s chief scientist, Dr Alan Finkel says the need for carbon capture and storage (CCS) alongside other renewables is critical, according to CO2CRC’s CEO, David Bryers at an address to the National Press Club last week. Bryers mentioned that by 2040 it is expected that there will be … Continue reading Australia’s chief scientist calls for a technology-driven transition to clean energy
Champions of fossil-fuel generation have long complained that job losses have been one of the biggest detriments to the decommissioning of coal-fired power plants, and that renewable energy sources do nothing to help replace those jobs. Not so, according to a panel of experts at the recent Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition held at … Continue reading Renewable jobs market underplayed