NIER welcomed a delegation of visitors who had a keen interest in hydrogen research to the precinct
New research reveals plants may have a surprising capacity to absorb more CO2 than previously expected
New research, led by Western Sydney University’s Dr Jürgen Knauer from the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, published in international journal Science Advances, paints an uncharacteristically upbeat picture for the planet.
The NSW Government has released its vision for the development of innovative decarbonisation technologies to help the State meet its net zero targets.
The Study was announced by the Hon Penny Sharpe MLC, NSW Minister for Climate Change, Minister for Energy, Minister for the Environment, and Minister for Heritage in her speech at the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Summit 2023 in Sydney on 26 October 2023.
Vacancies at Western Sydney University with the NSW Decarbonisation Hub - Land & Primary Industries Network are now open, with applications due by 31 October.
From 16th-18th August, the fifth annual Ammonia Energy APAC conference was held in Newcastle.
In August, a delegation of more than 50 Japanese industry and government leaders visited NSW, Australia to explore opportunities to partner on hydrogen research.
The Minns Government will deliver a $1.8 billion boost to help rescue NSW’s energy transition.
The NSW Powerfuels including Hydrogen Network has submitted recommendations to the review of the National Hydrogen Strategy, with a view towards building the future P2X economy.
The Land and Primary Industries Network held co-design workshops across 2 days in August to develop and iterate project ideas, explore new industry-proposed project ideas, and create an opportunity to network.
Driving the Summit agenda was Austrade research into more than 200 of Japan’s largest companies identifying decarbonisation as central to current and future business operations.