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Adelaide hosts successful forum on Hydrogen Production Technologies

HyPT-2 Forum

The HyPT-2 Forum was held virtually, as 6 webinars over 3 days, running from September 14-16, 2021. The keynote speakers and panellists were drawn from nine countries around the world, 28 of the 38 speakers from a range of industry and research settings were from overseas, from countries such as the US, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, Israel and Japan, the remaining 10 speakers from Australia, were drawn from across the country.

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Experts focus on hydrogen production tech

Hydrogen

Experts from around the world will meet to discuss the latest technology and developments in the hydrogen sphere at a virtual international forum convened by the University of Adelaide this week (14-16 September). Full details and registration for the HyPT-2 Forum are available at https://www.adelaide.edu.au/cet/seminars-events/hypt

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Register today for the HyPT-2 Forum

HyPT-2 Forum

Join us at the Second International Forum on Hydrogen Production Technologies (HyPT-2). This virtual event held September 14-16, 2021 (ACST) will bring together leading thinkers in industry and research to discuss the merits of alternative CO2-free hydrogen technologies. More information and registration at https://www.adelaide.edu.au/cet/seminars-events/hypt

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CET researchers to consult on IEA report

Hydrogen

Dr Alfonso Chinnici and Prof Gus Nathan were selected by the International Energy Agency (IEA, Paris) to collaborate as consulting international analysts on an upcoming IEA report looking at the role of low-carbon fuels, particularly hydrogen and ammonia, for clean power generation.

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HILT CRC is announced

HILT CRC

Australia's leading companies in the heavy industrial sector will embark on a program that will enable a step-change in the rate at which they transition toward zero net-carbon emissions through the Heavy Industry Low-carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC)

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Pathways clear for decarbonising heavy industry

HiTeMP Forum

The production of green steel will be a critical step to enable the world’s heavy industry to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and Australia is well placed to be an important player in this space.

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Findings from the HiTeMP-2 Outlook Report

HiTeMP

Heavy industry is vital to our economy, but it contributes to the planet’s climate challenge, which is why transitioning the sector to net-zero carbon emissions is so important. Decarbonising heavy industry will be good for the global economy, because it is being driven by new markets for higher value new green products.

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Prof Gus Nathan presents Industrial Greening for Research Tuesday

Industrial Greening

Professor Gus Nathan's presentation 'Industrial Greening' for Research Tuesday is now available to view on YouTube.

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CET celebrates another year of research excellence

CET research day

The Centre for Energy Technology (CET) held another successful Research Day on Thursday 12 November 2020. Presentations were given in the three themed topics of: hydrogen – the fuel of the future; circular carbon economy; and decarbonising heavy industry.

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Commercialising Alumina Refining Using Solar Heat

Pinjarra alumina

Approximately 27% of Australia’s industrial carbon emissions come from alumina refineries, which burn fossil fuels to heat the process. However, concentrated solar thermal energy could provide up to half of the heat required.

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