During 2021, ITP Thermal worked with the Melbourne based company rainbow bee eater , to examine the feasibility of adapting their biomass pyrolysis technology to making hydrogen and biochar from cereal straw. We found that this is a very promising approach with the potential for creating new regional industries for producing fertilizers such as ammonia … Continue reading Making hydrogen and biochar from cereal straw
ITP Thermal has joined https://abergeldie.com.au/ in establishing a new company in partnership to pursue large scale underground storage of hydrogen: http://www.ardentunderground.com/ There is ever increasing recognition that hydrogen will play a central role in the essential transition to net zero GHG emissions. We see affordable high volume storage as a missing link in the hydrogen … Continue reading New Initiative on hydrogen storage
In Australia, industry accounts for 44% of endvuse energy, and just over half of that is process heat. There are renewable energy options for all of that heat use. Today ARENA released our study on renewables for industrial process heat. ( Download from ARENA’s site). This work was lead by ITP Thermal, working with in … Continue reading Analysis of Renewable Energy Options for Industrial Process Heat
The ITP team has prepared a CSP industry background report to inform a roadmap study lead by Jeanes Holland and associates. our report is on the publications page. Download report It is also available on ARENA’s knowledge sharing website along with the roadmap document prepared by JHA and reports by other contributors.