Hydrogen

Household electrification is unlikely to produce free money

Households consume around 30 per cent of Australia’s total energy account. They’ve historically been the most expensive to supply, have the most volatile demand and are most politically sensitive customers on the grid. One way to reduce household greenhouse emissions is to use zero emissions electricity for natural gas and run an electric car on …

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Hydrogen is GO!

The clean energy transition is being driven as much by brand as policy. Some businesses are voluntarily reducing their own emissions to protect their reputations and make good with stakeholders and investors. Companies eyeing off green hydrogen as a possible future zero emissions fuel want to make sure that they’re getting the good stuff. Where …

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Shopping for a hydrogen fuelled household

Around 700 households in Adelaide are now getting  5 per cent hydrogen in their gas cookers and hot water systems, courtesy of the local distribution network owner, the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG). AGIG wants to go one better: offering 100 per cent hydrogen to new Adelaide housing estates by 2025. It seems, on the face …

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