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By NEIL MARTIN, UNSW Newsroom – 15/02/2023 UNSW Sydney researchers develop algorithm to significantly enhance images of hydrogen fuel cells, with potential future application in medical scanning. Researchers from UNSW Sydney have developed an algorithm which produces high-resolution modelled images from lower-resolution micro X-ray computerised tomography (CT).The new process, detailed in a paper published in Nature
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
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
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.
By Stockhead – 05/05/2022 Globally we are seeing the unprecedented momentum for hydrogen turn into action, but experts say the adoption of ‘green hydrogen’ is expected to ramp-up beyond 2030 as the cost of production approaches the $2/kg mark. As it stands, when it comes to hydrogen – grey, blue, and green are currently the
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
By Stockhead – 02/05/2022 Twiggy Forrest’s Fortescue Future Industries, the green arm of mining giant Fortescue Metals Group (ASX:FMG), is setting out on a new venture with New Zealand’s largest gas network, Firstgas Group to develop green-hydrogen projects and decarbonise New Zealand’s energy system. A non-binding Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by the two entities
By BusinessNews – 02/05/2022 An export-scale ammonia plant backed by 5.2 gigawatts of renewable power near Kalbarri has been submitted for environmental assessment. The project is being developed by Murchison Hydrogen Renewables, which is majority-owned by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and is led by chief executive Shohan Seneviratne.