Hydrogen is gaining momentum world-wide as one of the clean energy sources of the future.
Representatives gathered at the HESC Loy Yang plant site to participate in a Cornerstone Laying ceremony to commemorate the start of construction.
The HESC project partners are pleased to announce that Japanese trading giant Sumitomo Corporation have joined the project consortium.
HESC Project Partners recently filed their submissions to the COAG Energy Council Working Group to help develop a National Hyrdrogen Strategy.
The HESC project team is holding community drop-in sessions in Hastings, Traralgon and Morwell in August 2019.
A sod turn ceremony was held at the Port of Hastings on 19 July 2019.
The HESC Project was in the spotlight at the Inaugural Australian Hydrogen Energy Summit held in Melbourne on 26/27 March 2019.
Public announcement for the development of a new clean hydrogen industry.
Construction of the pilot facility will commence mid-2019 and the one-year pilot will operate from 2020.
Australia is moving one-step closer to becoming a world leader in hydrogen technology and export.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has announced a $1 billion pledge for the development of an Australian hydrogen industry.
Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel AO, has released his proposal for a national hydrogen strategy, at the COAG Energy Council meeting in Adelaide.