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Our fuel for the future? Breaking down green hydrogen

Prof Greg Metha

This week's Discovery Pod features an interview with Professor Greg Metha, discussing his work on safe, affordable and clean, green hydrogen.

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Report on the Inaugural Hydrogen Storage and Production Forum

Hydrogen Storage and Production Forum

The University of Adelaide and the University of New South Wales collaborated to present the first Hydrogen and Production Conference at the University of New South Wales from Oct 20 - 21, 2022. CET Researcher, Dr Ulrike Schacht, from the Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources, at the University of Adelaide has written a short report in summary.

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Meeting the challenge to green hydrogen production

Prof Greg Metha

Prof Greg Metha's research into producing cost-effective green hydrogen without the need for electricity is featured in the Australian Financial Review.

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HiTeMP-3 short report now available

HiTeMP-3 report

A short report about the HiTeMP-3 Forum is now available to download.

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Prof Greg Metha is making hydrogen headway

hydrogen-seminar

Prof Greg Metha presented "Hydrogen Headway" for Research Tuesday on Oct 11, 2022. Watch the video to discover more about his team's one step process to produce affordable green hydrogen.

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Greening the grid

Dr Jaquelin Cochran

How will the grid adapt to manage the increasing demand for net-zero carbon electricity? Dr Jaquelin Cochran, from NREL, will present a case study of how the city of Los Angeles’ grid could run on 100% renewable energy, at the HiTeMP-3 Forum, which is being held at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide from Sept 26 – 28, and online.

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Considering cryogenic carbon capture

Dr William Roberts

Prof William Roberts, Director of the Clean Combustion Research Center, at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) will present ‘Recent Development in Cryogenic Carbon Capture in Saudi Arabia’, at the third international forum on high temperature minerals processing (HiTeMP-3), which is being held at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide and online from Sept 26-28, 2022. Register today.

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Hydrogen power opportunities for South Australia

Sam Crafter

Sam Crafter, CEO of the newly established Office of Hydrogen Power, will discuss South Australia’s role in demonstrating green hydrogen production at scale, at the HiTeMP-3 Forum, which is being held at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide and online, from 26 – 28 September, 2022. Register today.

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A lesson in green construction

Ms Magali Anderson

Magali Anderson will discuss Holcim's net zero roadmap and climate actions to enable greener cities, at the third international forum on high temperature minerals processing (HiTeMP-3), which is being held at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide and online, from September 26 – 28, 2022. Register your attendance today, early bird prices will end at 11:59pm, Australian Central Standard time on Monday September 12, 2022.

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CET celebrates release of a new book on wave energy

wave energy textbook

Congratulations to Associate Professor Boyin Ding, from the School of Mechanical Engineering, who has co-edited a text book on wave energy entitled, “Modelling and Optimization of Wave Energy Converters”, CRC Press, July 2022.

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