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Australia’s first laser fusion energy company HB11 Energy has been awarded a $22 million project to develop the next-generation high-power lasers needed to create a multi-billion dollar nuclear fusion energy industry from Australia, and export this capability to the world.

Published in Energy
Monday, 08 February 2021 11:35

CSIRO, Swinburne plan hydrogen vehicle refueller

The Victorian Government is funding the Victorian Hydrogen Hub (VH2), which will operate in collaboration with CSIRO and Swinburne University of Technology. An early project is the development of a vehicle refuelling station at Clayton.

Published in Energy

A British company has come up with the novel idea of using a drone in the sky to provide 5G Internet to consumers and businesses, utilising an "unique lightweight, long-endurance airframe certified for civilian use" and powered by liquid hydrogen, to provide the globe's biggest airborne communications platform.

Seven companies have been shortlisted and invited to submit a full application for the next stage of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s $70 million hydrogen funding round.

Published in Energy

The Australian Hydrogen Council has warned that Australia is at risk of “missing the boat” on the development of hydrogen as part of an emissions reduction strategy as the country moves towards a clean energy industry.

Published in Energy

Australian carbon capture and storage research organisation CO2CRC has delivered the first major component of a hydrogen refining plant to AGL’s Loy Yang facility in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley.

Published in Energy

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced a funding round of up to $70 million to help fast track the development of renewable hydrogen in Australia.

Published in Energy

Scientists at the Australian National University have found that when hydrogen atoms are injected into the skin of a solar cell, rather than the body, the performance of the whole structure gets a significant boost.

Published in Energy

Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has agreed to a partnership with mining giant Fortescue Metals on hydrogen exploration which it claims will support the development of new industries, create jobs and open the way for low emissions export opportunities.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Monday, 10 May 2010 22:15

Toyota expects $50K for hydrogen car

The Toyota Motor Corporation announced on May 6, 2010 that its first hydrogen car, sold for the retail market, is expected to cost about $50,000 in the United States due to much reduced production costs.


Published in Energy

According to important research performed by Australian, American, Iranian, and Chinese scientists, controlled fusion power to generate abundant electricity may be attained with the use of ultra-high power lasers and a fuel source of hydrogen and boron-11.

Published in Energy
The Cassini spacecraft, as announced by NASA on December 18, 2009, has confirmed the presence of liquid hydrocarbons on the surface of Saturn’s largest moon Titan with the use of ‘specular reflection’: recording the reflection of sunlight off of one of Titan’s methane lakes.

Published in Space
Thursday, 15 October 2009 21:27

Chandrayaan finds how water is generated on Moon

The Indian Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft discovers that the Moon absorbs rays from the Sun in order to create water on its lunar surface. Surprisingly, though, some of them are reflected back into space. Learn why this is important in our continuing investigation of our local solar system and the much larger universe.

Published in Space
Wednesday, 25 February 2009 22:01

Got gray hair and don't know why? Ask a scientist!

European researchers also wanted to know why red, brown, blonde, and black hair turns gray over the years. They found a scientific reason for hair graying, and the discovery may lead to a way to stop us turning gray in old age.

Published in Biology
The process of photosynthesis that goes on in nature all of the time has been copied artificially by an Australian-American team of scientists. The new process that splits water into hydrogen and oxygen could some day make it much less expensive to produce hydrogen as a renewable energy source.

Published in Energy
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