The Centre is developing new cost-effective technologies and building Australia’s capability, to place the nation at the forefront of the hydrogen economy.
Ammonia has sustained humanity since the early 20th century, but its production leaves a huge carbon footprint. Now researchers have found a way to make it 100 per cent renewable.
The green hydrogen revolution is coming, and Australia is perfectly placed to take advantage of it, an analysis of production costs by UNSW engineers has shown.
Scientists show how using only water, iron, nickel and electricity can create hydrogen energy much more cheaply than before.