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A pilot project using excess energy generated by wind, solar and other renewables to convert water into hydrogen that is injected into the gas network to provide energy without carbon emissions is now under way in Australia.
The arguments for making the switch to natural gas are compelling. Chief among them, the fact you’ll save money – and help the environment in the process. But exactly how much can you save? And how can you quantify your environmental impact? In an effort to answer those questions, we combed through three years of data for insights.
The five millionth customer is due to connect to Australia’s gas network next month, demonstrating the continued value of clean, reliable and affordable gas to households across the nation.
SOUTH Australia should be producing enough hydrogen fuel to export internationally within two years, Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis says.
South Australia's 435,000 households and small businesses connected to natural gas are about to receive significant reductions in their bills - on average, ranging from $144 to $750 per annum respectively.
Approximately 650,000 households and small businesses connected to Australian Gas Networks’ (AGN) natural gas network in Victoria and Albury will receive significant reductions in their bills from 1 January 2018 due to a proposed 11% cut in network charges.
A significant milestone was reached today with the $19.8 million, 28.5 kilometre Bundaberg Port Gas Pipeline in Queensland.