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HiTeMP-2 Forum: Be part of the conversation to transition high temperature minerals processing to zero carbon emissions

HiTeMP-2 Forum

Professor Gus Nathan, Director of the Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Adelaide and Convenor of the 2020 HiTEMP-2 Forum on Zero Carbon High Temperature Minerals Processing discusses the upcoming Forum to be held at the International Wine Centre, Adelaide, March 16-18. He explains why heavy industries such as iron/steel, alumina/aluminium, cement, lime and copper are coming together to solve the issue of carbon emissions in high temperature minerals processing.

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International forum to forge new pathways in zero carbon high temperature mineral processing

HiTeMP-2 Forum

After the success of the inaugural High Temperature Minerals Processing Forum (HiTeMP) held in 2018, delegates from around the world will once again converge on Adelaide for HiTeMP-2, to be held March 16-18, 2020 at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.

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Successful hydrogen event sparks biennial series

HyPT Forum 2019

The Centre for Energy Technology (CET) held a very successful one day forum addressing the complementary roles anticipated for various emerging alternative carbon-neutral hydrogen production technologies, the Hydrogen Production Technologies, HyPT Forum, on Monday the 23rd of September 2019. The forum will now run on a biennial basis.

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The benefit of hydrogen and solar thermal in a single device

Solar Hybrid Receiver Combustor

Dr Alfonso Chinnici has been interviewed about the Solar Hybrid Receiver Combustor, a device which blends hydrogen combustion with solar thermal radiation.

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