The Green Hydrogen Swindle

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood h/t Philip Bratby From the Telegraph: Engineers will rarely tell you something is impossible, even when your proposal is…

Natural Gas for Africa: Ready, Set, Go!

Sorry EU, but energy imperialism needs to be demoted in the name of affordability, reliability, and self-determination.

Can Australian Green Hydrogen Replace Russian Gas?

It seems like we will need an awful lot of solar panels, simply to replace a tiny amount of gas!

SMH Revelation: Rural People Won’t Support High Cost Climate Policies

Sydney Morning Herald Andrew Charlton just said something about climate change which almost made sense, before getting lost in the weeds of the fake green hydrogen revolution.

Queensland Government Backs Coal and Green Hydrogen

What do you do if you need the votes of coal miners, but also need the votes of inner city climate activists? Try to please both, of course.

Hydrogen: UK government sees future in low-carbon fuel – but what’s the reality?

The UK government has failed to provide comparative evidence that hydrogen is a preferred net-zero route in many applications. Only by comparing the paths to net zero in a way…

DOE Clean Hydrogen Plan: Breathing New Life into Brown Coal Plants

The farce of government agencies and climate warriors celebrating new CO2 belching coal plants which produce “clean hydrogen” is gathering momentum.

Aussie Brown Coal to Clean Hydrogen Plant will Address Carbon Capture “Eventually”

Proponents are celebrating Kawasaki Heavy Industry’s planned construction of a coal to hydrogen plant in Victoria, which is intended to prove the viability of the clean hydrogen supply chain. Just…

AU $53 Billion to Service a Green Hydrogen Market which Does Not Exist

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Australian Federal Government has expedited approval for a $53 billion project and the devastation of 78 Sq KM of wilderness, to produce green hydrogen…

Spanish Researchers Claim a Green Hydrogen Breakthrough

Researchers in Spain claim their breakthrough cuts the cost of electrolysis cells, by replacing the traditional arrangement of layered electrode plates with a much simpler electrochemical system.

How green hydrogen can become cheap enough to compete with fossil fuels

Engineers from UNSW Sydney have crunched the numbers on green hydrogen production costs to reveal that Australia is in prime position to take advantage of the green hydrogen revolution, with…