CET researchers to consult on IEA report


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. The team will provide a techno-economic review of the status of production, transportation, and utilisation of these future fuels under the circular carbon economy approach.

This collaboration further consolidates the international status of the Centre for Energy Technology, at the Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources, and the School of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Adelaide, as a leading research Institution supporting the establishment of a net-zero energy society.

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