Today’s arrival of the world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier, the Suiso Frontier, in Victoria marks the success of the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) Pilot Project and the dawn of Australia’s hydrogen industry. HESC’s vision is to produce carbon neutral…
Life-long Latrobe Valley local Deb Decarli has taken on a unique job – overseeing the safe production of hydrogen for a world-first project, in her own hometown.
Readers may be surprised to learn that one of the world’s largest CCS research projects has been safely and successfully operating in Victoria for the past 15 years.
J-Power Latrobe Valley engineer, Kanako Nagayama is driven to use her engineering skills and expertise to create a cleaner future for younger generations.
HESC’s own Hirofumi Kawazoe was put in the spotlight in the June edition of Energy Source and Distribution Magazine.
Hydrogen produced in the Latrobe Valley has been used to fuel Toyota’s hydrogen-powered Corolla in the 2021 Super Taikyu Series in Japan.
HESC welcomes reforms to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency that will accelerate Australia’s ability to become a leader in the hydrogen revolution.
The HESC Project has again been emphasised as a key example of cooperation between Japan and Australia during recent meetings.
HESC Project contributes $5000 to provide immediate financial assistance to flood affected Gippsland communities.
Haruki Sugiyama moved to Australia in 2019 to take on the role of Finance Manager for Hydrogen Engineering Australia (HEA).
Fourteen members of the Hastings Country Fire Authority (CFA) toured Australia’s first and only hydrogen liquefaction, storage, and loading facility at the Port of Hastings in April.
In April and May, HESC held four community drop-in sessions in Morwell, Hastings, and Traralgon — speaking with dozens of people visiting to speak with project partner representatives.