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?
Queensland’s strategy to become a global super supplier of renewable hydrogen has taken a leap forward, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announcing a landmark partnership with Japan’s largest hydrogen company. The partnership between the government-owned generator Stanwell and Japanese energy company Iwatani Corporation would see planning progressed on a new renewable hydrogen export facility in Gladstone. … Continue reading Qld lands major partnership with Japanese hydrogen giant
QUT has taken part in the first production and export of “green hydrogen” derived from water from Australia to Japan in a step towards the development of a new sustainable fuel export market. The landmark shipment is a proof of concept test using a proprietary technology owned by JXTG, Japan’s largest petroleum conglomerate, and QUT’s … Continue reading Queensland celebrates first shipment of green hydrogen to Japan