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  • [New] Stanwell's study presents a significant opportunity to accelerate the development of export opportunities for renewable hydrogen in Australia and to work with a highly credible consortium from Japan that has the potential to deliver a large scale export project. reneweconomy
  • [New] The study, delivered in partnership with Japan's largest hydrogen supplier Iwatani, would see 36,500 tonnes per annum of renewable hydrogen produced and exported to Japan from 2026, scaling up to 328,500 tonnes per year by 2030. Hydrogen View
  • [New] Emery confirmed BP is investing in a number of hydrogen projects that span both blue and green hydrogen. Hydrogen View
  • [New] The future of hydrogen production in Gladstone will get a boost from a new export project as the Morrison Government continues to back projects that will accelerate the development of an Australian hydrogen industry. FuelCellsWorks
  • [New] Renewable-powered green hydrogen is available now and could outcompete fossil-based blue hydrogen as soon as the 2030s, making further investment in gas and CCS-based-hydrogen an investment in unnecessary pollution. #FixTheWEO
  • [New] As the world transitions to a net zero economy and Australia's major trade partners commit to net zero by 2050, Australia will only remain a major energy exporter by developing zero-emissions fuel technologies, including hydrogen. ClimateWorks
  • [New] Australia has the opportunity to become a global leader in green hydrogen production. ClimateWorks
  • [New] To remind, Petronas already produces low carbon hydrogen from its facilities and will soon explore the commercial production of green hydrogen. Offshore Energy
  • [New] The UAE plans to offer hydrogen-powered transportation locally as part of a broader roadmap exploring the potential of the fuel, which has become an important part of regional energy diversification strategies. The National
  • [New] Dubai Electricity and Water Authority will release its strategy on green hydrogen in 2022 as the UAE prioritises investment in the clean fuel as part of its energy transition efforts. Hydrogen Central
  • [New] While the more immediate opportunities lie primarily in using renewable hydrogen in Australia's industrial processes, key trading partners have also shown interest in renewable hydrogen and ammonia, signaling major export opportunities if we act fast. Pearls and Irritations
  • [New] The cost of producing hydrogen from renewable electricity could fall 30% by 2030 as a result of the declining costs of renewables and the scaling up of hydrogen production. Eco-business
  • [New] Beyond plans to sell electricity transmitted to energy-hungry Asian nations, Australia is looking to become a leading producer and exporter of green hydrogen by 2030. Eco-business
  • [New] An agreement between the Port of Townsville and Ark Energy could see the export of renewable hydrogen to South Korea in the next decade. the weekly ledger
  • [New] Demand for green hydrogen is projected to grow from a very small market today to meeting - along with blue hydrogen - the almost ten-fold increase in hydrogen demand between now and 2050, and the hydrogen fuel cell market is forecast to grow more than three-fold through to 2027. Johnson Matthey
  • [New] By 2050, green hydrogen will be a cheaper and lower emitting solution than blue hydrogen and carbon capture and storage. ShareAction
  • [New] Last month, Australia and the UK signed a letter of intent to establish a partnership on low emissions solutions that will focus on research and development across six key technologies including clean hydrogen. The Guardian
  • Each country planning to produce hydrogen has set out its target price for green hydrogen, ranging from $1.5 a kilogramme to $ 2/kg by 2030. The Mail & Guardian
  • The US will need on the order of 56 to 133 MMt of clean hydrogen by mid-century - roughly 5 to 15 times the amount of current hydrogen production in the US. Rhodium Group
  • Under a more ambitious scenario, where the cost of green hydrogen falls to $ 1.50/kg or lower, Southern Africa could capture as much as 10% of the European and Asian import markets. Engineering News
  • The asset base could be retrofitted to beneficiate green hydrogen at scale and capture a portion of the global green fuels market, through exports. Engineering News

Last updated: 19 September 2021