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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Jan 22 2019, 09:46 PM

I wonder how it will affect EDE??
EDE have promoting Hythane, a mixture of Natural Gas and Hydrogen for some years now.
It was the reason that I originally bought into them some years ago.
Hythane's has lower emissions when buret than standard methane, and the hydrogen component increases the "flamability of the mix".
To top it off, they have developed a Pyrolysis project that produces carbon for their nanotube project ass well as Hydrogen.
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Labor has unveiled a $1 billion "national hydrogen plan" to tap a new $10 billion export opportunity.

The plans include a "national hydrogen innovation hub" to make Gladstone – about 500 kilometres north of Brisbane on Queensland's coast – Australia's hydrogen capital and kick-start commercialisation of the long anticipated but elusive energy storage technology.

This will "turbocharge" the fast-growing renewable energy sector by providing clean back-up power for when the wind isn't blowing and the sun isn't shining, Labor says.

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Hydrogen power: China backs fuel cell technology - a rival technology to internal combustion engines and electric batteries.

Attracted by generous government subsidies, a whole suite of companies covering the supply chain have now set up in the park, which is producing hundreds of buses and small trucks using fuel cells that run on hydrogen gas. So successful has it been that local officials now plan to flatten two more hills to create a neighbouring vehicle manufacturing plant and a chemicals facility.

Beijing has spent an estimated $58.8bn subsidising its electric car industry over the past decade, according to the US-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, creating the world’s largest market for electric cars as well as a dominant position in batteries— surpassing Japan and South Korea. Subsidies have also helped propel Chinese solar makers into the ranks of the world’s largest producers, overtaking competitors in the US and Europe.

Now Beijing hopes to do the same for fuel cells

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