A network of 13 regional hydrogen technology clusters has been unveiled across Australia as part of a drive to establish a nationwide hydrogen cluster.
ME-92, Australia’s Mirror Committee to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) TC-67, has reached a significant milestone, following the publication of its first standard, AS ISO 29001 — an identical adoption of ISO 29001 — as an Australian Standard.
The ME-93 Hydrogen Technologies Committee has successfully adopted nine ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standards to assist Australia’s energy transition and ensure its position as a global force in the emerging hydrogen economy.
A collaboration between NERA, CSIRO, Australian Hydrogen Council and Future Fuels CRC, HyResource is the new single source of information on key hydrogen-related organisations, policies and projects in Australia.
Collaboration between Australia’s energy resources industries and research community will be made easier with the launch of the new Australian Energy Research Capability Finder (AERCF).