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First Graphene’s hydrogen catalyst study shows remarkable efficiency gains

First Graphene Limited has released the findings of an independent study conducted by the Centre for Process Innovation UK (CPI), highlighting the potential of graphene-based electrocatalysts for green hydrogen production.

Northam set to become home to groundbreaking green hydrogen production system

Northam, a town in Western Australia, is set to host one of the region's first end-to-end green hydrogen production systems aimed at supplying the domestic transport market.

RMIT researchers create hydrogen from seawater to foster green hydrogen economy

Scientists from RMIT University have developed what they claim is a cheaper and more energy-efficient way to make hydrogen directly from seawater in a push to boost the green hydrogen industry.

FFI to help develop green hydrogen production in Djibouti

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) is working with the Government of the Republic of Djibouti to examine the possibility of developing green hydrogen production in...

FFI looking to convert a former coal mine in the US into green hydrogen...

Green energy company Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) will investigate repurposing coal infrastructure for green hydrogen production in North America. The company said in a press...

NSW hydrogen strategy expected to attract more than $80bn in investment in the State

The NSW Government has launched a new hydrogen strategy in an effort to establish the State as an energy and economic superpower. In addition to...

Edify Energy secures development approval for green hydrogen production plant in Townsville

Edify Energy has announced that it has been granted development approval to build and operate a 1 GW green hydrogen production plant, as well...
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