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Why Things Work and Why They Don’t: An Interview with Quentin Meyer

By The Hydrogen Standard – 05/2022 Dr Quentin Meyer is an active Steering Committee member of the Hydrogen Society of Australia. Quentin is a Research Associate at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, where he focuses his studies on hydrogen fuel cells, renewable power sources, and electrochemistry.  With over 39 published papers under

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Hydrogen Connect Summit (Brisbane)

Dates 7 Sept: Pre-conference Workshops/ Site tours (limited numbers)   8-9 Sept: Two days conference  HSA Members can benefit from a 20% discount on their registration expenses. To receive the discount code please email contact@hydrogensociety.org.au and quote “Hydrogen Connect Summit Discount code”. Not yet a member? Click here to join us Event Overview HYDROGEN CONNECT

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PhD Scholarships on Electrosynthesis of Ammonia at UNSW

PhD Scholarships on Electrosynthesis of Ammonia at UNSW We are looking for a PhD candidate to work on an Australian Research Council-funded project in Electrochemical Nitrogen Reduction in the School of Chemistry of the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). Please apply if you have a passion for research and wish to pursue a

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PhD Scholarships on Fuel Cells at UNSW

PhD Scholarships on Fuel Cells at UNSW We are looking for a PhD candidate to work an Australian Research Council-funded project in Hydrogen Fuel Cells in the School of Chemistry of University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). Please apply if you have a passion for research and wish to pursue a career in the

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PhD Scholarships on CO2 Electroreduction at UNSW

PhD Scholarships on CO2 Electroreduction at UNSW We are looking for a PhD candidate to lead an exciting project in CO2 electroreduction in the School of Chemistry of University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). Please apply if you have a passion for research and wish to pursue a career in the fields of clean

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PhD Scholarships on Water Electrolysis at UNSW

PhD Scholarships on Water Electrolysis at UNSW We are looking for a PhD candidate to fill in Australian Research Council-funded projects on Electrochemical Water Splitting in the School of Chemistry of University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia) and ARC Training Centre for the Global Hydrogen Economy. Please apply if you have a passion for

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Gas Bubbles – Friend or Foe in Electrical Production of Green Hydrogen?

Compared to blue hydrogen generated from splitting of natural gas along with the capture of CO2 through steam methane reforming and auto thermal reforming, green hydrogen can be produced by water electrolysis with zero carbon emissions. If combined with renewable energy resources such as solar and wind, green hydrogen can be generated with high efficiency. One of the key opportunities for increasing the efficiency of the water electrolysis process is to address the efficiency limitations due to gas bubble evolution.

Tremendous efforts have been dedicated to produce highly active catalyst materials. However, oxygen and hydrogen gas bubbles are at the same time redox-inactive as they inherently adhere and block the electrode surface. The amount of time spent by a number of evolving gas bubbles over catalysts would bear an energy penalty. This is a potential problem for the industrial use of water electrolysers in which hydrogen production is carried out by considerably large energy input. The urgency and the prospect of developing practical approaches to address the efficiency limitations due to gas bubbles needs a critical overview.

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ASX Renewable Energy Stocks: These companies could benefit from McGowan’s plans for renewable hydrogen target in WA

By Stockhead – 06/05/2022 The McGowan Government is investigating the implementation of a Renewable HydrogenTarget in Western Australia – the lack of which has, until now, held back investment in the space. This approach would set targets for retailers in the Southwest Interconnected System (WA’smain electricity grid) to procure a certain percentage of electricity fuelled by

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World Renewable Energy Congress XXI (Murdoch University)

Dates December 4th to 9th Event Overview The Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) is a Supporter of the World Renewable Energy Congress XXI to be held at Murdoch University in Perth Western Australia from 4th to 9th December 2022. The source and nature of energy, the security of supply and equity of distribution, the environmental

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WA to consider hydrogen target

By BusinessNews – 06/05/2022 The Western Australian government will investigate setting a target for the supply of energy fuelled by hydrogen. This idea would set a target for retailers in the South West Interconnected System, WA’s main electricity grid, to procure a certain percentage of electricity produced by renewable hydrogen.

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Pure Hydrogen seeks leading role in staggering Indian hydrogen market

By Stockhead – 05/05/2022 Pure Hydrogen is looking to take a leading position in India’s hydrogen sector by forming a joint venture with global automotive component manufacturer Advik Hi-Tech Pvt. Ltd. The company already has links with Advik through its investee company H2X Global – which it has a 24% stake in – that had

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