Month: September 2021

Hydrogen hubs get $150m boost in initiative

An extra $150 million will be sunk by the federal government into hydrogen industrial hubs that all but guarantees a project in every state and territory across the country. As the government boosts its environmental credentials ahead of an increasingly tough United Nations climate conference in Glasgow in November, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Energy …

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Sweetman Renewables forms $15m hydrogen JV

Emerging renewables player and legacy sawmill operator, Sweetman Renewables, is understood to have inked a $15 million joint venture with Singapore’s CAC-H2 to establish a hydrogen production centre of excellence in NSW’s Hunter Valley. The company, which acquired the NSW-based 100-year-old sawmill business formerly owned by the Sweetman family, is currently conducting a pre-IPO funding round …

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Sweetman Biomass agree to supply Japan with the “fuel of the future”

This article originally appeared in Busy Continent Terms surrounding a 20-year binding supply agreement have been reached between a subsidiary Sweetman Renewables and a Japanese conglomerate over a material supply of lucrative waste biomass to help power Japan with the renewable fuel of the future. Sweetman Biomass (SBM), a subsidiary of Sweetman Renewables will export …

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