An Austrialian-Iranian research team has developed a thermoelectric generator incorporating photovoltaic-thermal panels and nanofluids for cooling.
Pacific Energy has deployed a first-of-a-kind containerized hydrogen electrolyzer and fuel cell as part of a tech development project that is exploring the feasibility of using hydrogen as a clean energy source and storage solution in northern Australia.
Rystad Energy has countered the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) recent “reality check” for the green hydrogen sector, predicting that the momentum behind renewable-based hydrogen will gather pace in 2024 as global renewable energy capacity continues to expand rapidly.
Several companies have announced new hydrogen deals in Europe, as Germany moves forward on hydrogen collaboration with Australia and the United Arab Emirates. pv magazine also spoke with Thomas Hillig, managing director of THEnergy, about Europe’s electrolysis capacity.
Solar panel and system prices are on the decline in Australia, but figures from industry analyst SunWiz show that a growing number of Australian households are opting to forgo savings in search of higher generation capacity.
Resources giant Rio Tinto has signed Australia’s largest corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) to date. It has agreed to buy 100% of the output from European Energy Australia’s 1.1 GW Upper Calliope Solar Farm to provide renewable power to its aluminum operations in the state of Queensland.
New South Wales electricity distributor Ausgrid is exploring the potential of solar-powered microgrids to enhance energy security for communities during extreme weather events.
The Clean Energy Investor Group has warned that solar farms in southwestern New South Wales and northwestern Victoria could suffer from “large and unpredictable” swings in revenues due to material changes in marginal loss factors.
As electrolysis is gaining traction in the markets, European and US companies announce new hydrogen projects in the heavy mobility sector. Meanwhile, UK-based solid oxide electrolysis cell (SOEC) tech developer Ceres Power signed a global long-term agreement with Delta Electronics.
The manufacturer is working to localize its products and services as it expands globally, according to Jesse Lau, SOFAR’s Head of APAC & MEA Region. In this interview, he talks about the company’s strategy and plans for Australia in 2024.
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