Siemens and Hydrogen Renewables Australia partner on clean hydrogen plant

The Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project will use renewable electricity produced by wind and solar technologies to produce green hydrogen gas

‘World’s largest’ ammonia plant powered by clean hydrogen headed for Australia

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced $980,000 for Dyno Nobel to assess the feasibility of building a renewable ammonia facility at its existing facility in Moranbah

Climate change has put the Great Barrier Reef ‘in serious trouble’

The Australian Government has officially downgraded outlook for the health of the reef from ‘poor’ to ‘very poor’

‘World’s first’ project to turn biogas from sewage into hydrogen

Hazer is seeking to build a 100-tonne per annum facility in Australia by December 2020

Australia ‘must take full advantage of green finance opportunities’

A new report suggests Australia has the capability and capital to “launch a wave of green infrastructure investment” through the next decade

Lightweight and flexible solar panels power up Australian Maritime Museum

The Wharf 7 Maritime Heritage Centre building in Darling Harbour could not use conventional solar panels due to its weight constraints and heritage status

Australia ‘on track to become world’s largest LNG exporter’

Its export capacity increased from 2.6bn cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2011 to more than 11.4Bcf/d this year

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Australia’s energy regulator sues four wind farm operators over blackout

Severe weather conditions on 28th September 2016 led to around 850,000 customers in South Australia without access to electricity

Australia’s ‘largest solar and storage’ project enters operation

The 60MW Gannawarra Solar Farm has been successfully retrofitted with battery storage infrastructure

Australia invests $9.4m in short term solar and wind energy forecasting

The trial aims to provide valuable information to the market on delivering forecasts on a five-minute basis