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HiTeMP-2 videos now available

HiTeMP-2 videos

Livestream videos of the HiTeMP-2 Forum that was held in Adelaide from March 16-18, at the National Wine Centre, are now available to view. The forum brought together leading experts, from around the world, in a blended virtual and actual forum, dedicated to the transition of heavy industry to the new low-carbon economy.

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Transforming the heavy industrial sector to a low carbon future

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Companies are invited to partner in a new proposal to the Australian Government to form a Heavy Industry Low-carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC) to expedite the decarbonisation of Australia’s heavy industrial processes and produce materials vital to the local and global economies at lower costs and in more sustainable ways. Prospectus now available.

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CEEC welcomes world-class mineral and energy research institute as a new sponsor

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A new sponsorship partnership between the Coalition for Energy Efficient Comminution (CEEC) and the University of Adelaide’s Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER) will enhance greater opportunities for innovation in the resources sector.

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HiTeMP-2 Forum consolidated as a globally unique event addressing carbon emissions in heavy industry

Following the success of HiTeMP-1 Forum in 2018, and despite the very significant disruptions caused by the COVID19 pandemic, HiTeMP-2 consolidated this Forum’s position as a globally unique and leading event in engaging international specialists from industry, research, government and community organisations to chart the path for the heavy industrial sector to transition to the new, low-carbon economic future.

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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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Solar thermal energy for lowering emissions in alumina production

Solar thermal energy

Our researchers have found that introducing concentrating solar thermal (CST) technologies to the Bayer alumina process could enable a 29-45% solar share.  This would displace the need for natural gas and decrease operating fuel costs.

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