HyResource is the new single source of information on key hydrogen-related organisations, policies and projects in Australia with supporting information on New Zealand.
A collaboration between NERA, CSIRO, Australian Hydrogen Council and Future Fuels CRC, HyResource acts as a reliable source of information that can be accessed by all stakeholders involved in the development of Australia’s hydrogen industry.
HyResource is available at https://research.csiro.au/hyresource/
HyResource is tracking around eighty projects, including large-scale, demonstration and pilot facilities and proposals as well as research and development activities arising from major funding programs.
Miranda Taylor, NERA CEO said “the HyResource platform will be an invaluable resource both for Australia and the world, providing a one stop shop source of intelligence on the developments and opportunities for investment and innovation in hydrogen projects that can deliver the greatest environmental and economic benefits for Australia.”
“We know that hydrogen can become an enabler for Australia to decarbonise industries and help manage uptake of renewables, support higher value processing and manufacturing industries, and export both energy and the enabling technologies to the world.”
“As the industry growth centre for energy resources, NERA is proud to collaborate with CSIRO, the Australian Hydrogen Council and Future Fuels CRC to develop the HyResource portal and ensure Australia is positioned to fully maximise the opportunities hydrogen presents for our country and its transition to a lower carbon energy future,” said Ms Taylor.
David Norman, CEO of Future Fuels CRC said “HyResource shows the strength and breadth of the Hydrogen industry already developing in Australia and New Zealand. To now have a single, reliable source for sharing project information will help participants share their knowledge, help investors understand the market and help the public learn about the industry that it now growing to deliver their future energy needs.”
Dr Patrick Hartley, Leader of CSIRO’s Hydrogen Industry Mission said “Knowledge sharing efforts like HyResource are critical in promoting Australia’s hydrogen industry developments both nationally and internationally. As the first module of our Hydrogen Knowledge Centre, Hyresource will help reduce search costs, highlight hydrogen technology options and promote industry and government opportunities to help accelerate the development of Australia’s clean hydrogen industry."
Dr Fiona Simon, CEO of the Australian Hydrogen Council said “The Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) is proud to work alongside the CSIRO, Future Fuels CRC and NERA to develop HyResource, a hydrogen information resource that will enhance collaboration across the hydrogen industry.”
“AHC members are spearheading innovative projects that will revolutionise how we produce and use energy for generations to come. We know that knowledge sharing and partnerships are essential to develop these projects, grow the global hydrogen industry, and meet Australia’s own goal to be a major hydrogen exporter and get to ‘H2 under 2’.“
“Australia needs to be ready to take advantage of the opportunity provided by hydrogen to transform the economy. HyResource is a one-stop-shop that will enable interested stakeholders to keep up with the pace at which new hydrogen projects are announced and the various policy settings that exist in each jurisdiction,” said Dr Simon.
About this collaboration
Future Fuels Cooperative Research Centre is the industry focussed Research, Development & Demonstration (RD&D) partnership enabling the decarbonisation of Australia’s energy networks.
NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) is Australia’s Industry Growth Centre for the energy resources sector, uniquely positioned to support sector-wide transformation and unlock +$10 billion of new value for the Australian economy by developing an energy resources sector that is globally competitive, sustainable, innovative and diverse.
The Australian Hydrogen Council is the peak body for the hydrogen industry, representing members from across the entire hydrogen value chain.
As Australia’s national science agency and innovation catalyst, CSIRO is solving the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology.