26 October 2020

Nine new hydrogen standards to assist Australia’s transition to a more sustainable energy future

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.


19 October 2020

HyResource: Australia’s new single source of information on Hydrogen projects

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.


13 October 2020

NERA launches Australian Energy Research Capability Finder to identify national capability and power industry–research collaboration

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).


01 October 2020

UWA Industry 4.0 ERDi TestLab officially launched

The 4.0 ERDi Perth City TestLab was officially opened the on 23 September by Professor Amit Chakma, Vice Chancellor of the University of Western Australia (UWA), in front of an audience of industry, academic institutions, state and federal government and technology suppliers.


18 September 2020

NERA joins CO2CRC as its inaugural Associate Member

NERA joins CO2CRC, Australia’s leading carbon capture, utilisation and storage research organisation, as its first associate member company.


07 September 2020

Australia-first study identifies best-practice approach to help industry manage contaminated sites, delivering better environmental outcomes and saving millions of dollars

The way in which petroleum-hydrocarbon-contaminated sites are managed across Australia is set to be transformed with the release of a landmark research study that identifies industry best practices to deliver improved environmental outcomes and potentially save $320 million over the next 10 years through more effective remediation techniques.