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WA to host renewable hydrogen facility

THE Australian government has provided a $42.5 million grant to Yara Pilbara and ENGIE to build one of the world’s first industrial-scale, renewable hydrogen production operations at Burrup, Western Australia.

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 Yara Pilbara will build a renewable hydrogen plant at its ammonia production facility in WA. Picture courtesy Yara.

Yara Pilbara will build a renewable hydrogen plant at its ammonia production facility in WA. Picture courtesy Yara.

Renewable hydrogen, a precursor to the production of ammonia, is seen as one of the most promising fuels for decarbonising emissions associated with power generation and shipping. Renewable hydrogen...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the farming sector, brought to you by the Farming Ahead team.

A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the farming sector, brought to you by the Farming Ahead team.

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Research Report: Sheds (April 2024)

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Research Report: Self-Propelled Sprayers (March 2024)

In this month’s Research Report, the Kondinin Group research team of Mark Saunders, Ben White and Josh Giumelli present the results of the latest round of self-propelled sprayer testing. The team traversed several states to round up six of the latest sprayers, which can cost upwards of $1 million each.