Australia’s renowned mining sector stands on the brink of a transformative shift towards sustainability, with groundbreaking research indicating that embracing green explosives could ignite a clean energy boom.
Liberty Steel, under the ownership of GFG Alliance, has inked deals with both the South Australia (SA) state government and Santos, signaling a pivotal shift towards green steel production at its Whyalla plant.
A landmark agreement between the Australia’s State Government and GFG Alliance sets the stage for the integration of hydrogen into steelmaking processes at the renowned Whyalla Steelworks.
In a collaboration between GE Vernova’s Gas Power business and EnergyAustralia, the Tallawarra B Power Station in New South Wales, Australia, is now operational, heralding a new era in sustainable energy production.
The state of Western Australia and the federal government of Australia have pledged a combined AUD 140 million to support the development of a green hydrogen production hub in the Pilbara region.
The recent visit of Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike to the New South Wales (NSW) parliament marked a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to combat climate change and strengthen cooperation between Japan and Australia.
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Queensland, Australia, is poised to make significant strides in the burgeoning hydrogen industry, with plans underway to introduce a standalone hydrogen act aimed at regulating new production and storage facilities.
Fortescue Metals Group, led by Andrew Forrest, is standing at a pivotal moment for its ambitious green hydrogen production venture in Australia.
Australian government is engaging in discussions with Germany regarding a potential €400 million ($660 million) funding plan. The aim is to initiate billion-dollar-scale green hydrogen projects in Australia, furthering the transition away from Russian gas in Germany.