Coregas, one of the largest hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and argon producers in Australia, has been an integral part of the HESC Project.
Global participation in carbon capture and storage (CCS) is increasing in the effort to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Putting 70 locals on the job during the construction phase of the Latrobe Valley coal gasification and refining facility.
Emissions will continue to increase unless there is a rapid shift away from using fossil fuels to power transport vehicles.
More than 180 people tuned into the November 2020 HESC Project webinar.
Webinar recording to discuss how the Latrobe Valley can be at the forefront of the national energy transition to lower emissions via clean hydrogen.
In a recent meeting between the Prime Ministers of Japan and Australia, the HESC Project was emphasised as a key area of cooperation between the two countries.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd (KHI) conducted a successful world-first sea trial of the liquefied hydrogen carrier SUISO FRONTIER between the 14th and 15th of October.
Australia’s emerging hydrogen industry is already showing promising signs of success and the Latrobe Valley is at the heart of this, thanks to the HESC Pilot Project.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is one of five priority low emissions technologies in the Australian Government’s First Low Emissions Technology Statement.
Federation University will analyse hydrogen production quality and performance of the gasification and refining plant in the Latrobe Valley.
Australia is taking the lead in developing a Certificate of Origin for clean hydrogen and the HESC Project is contributing to shaping these standards.