National  Hydrogen  Institute  of  Australia

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"A parallel of significance has been reached between, the importance of Hydrogen in its nuclear sense as in our stars, with hydrogen in its humble chemical sense here on Earth."-1995

 

Welcome to the National Hydrogen Institute of Australia by Director Stephen V Zorbas : The Institute was formed in year 2004 & has always been the second "voice" for communicating the benefits of hydrogen in Australia. Toyota, Honda and Hyundai will commercially release their own hydrogen fuel cell (H.F.C.) electric cars in year 2015. After ten(10) years it is a success to see such cars coming in year 2015! Solar Hydrogen Research Pty Ltd was first promoting hydrogen in Australia from 1996.

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Increasing interest for hydrogen was due to significant technological progress made with the hydrogen fuel cell(1990's ongoing), which produces quality electricity quickly. Efficiency of nearly 60% can be reached, and this compared to the combustion engine with petrol(15-19%) meant that all major auto makers in the world had interest and in fact have now spent US$B's in fuel cell car development. So much so that Hyundai will commercially release 1,000 hydrogen fuel cell electric cars this year(588kls on a tank), ahead of the planned global release in year 2015.     

Hydrogen production is of significant interest in Australia's future, along with better storage methods and transportation ideas. Australia's research organisation The C.S.I.R.O. have done significant research into hydrogen and related topics. The mature global hydrogen production system reforms natural gas, but the future is to make hydrogen from renewable energies. The initial supplies of hydrogen though for the planned  global  commercial release of the hydrogen fuel cell electric cars, will invariably come from reforming natural gas. Australia has large reserves of natural gas, and we have numerous gas outlets for such hydrogen production.   

"Towards Zero Carbon Transport" is a yr 2012 program put forward by  FUEL   CELL   INSTITUTE   OF   AUSTRALIA .The N.H.I.A.  fully supports the program and its design to lead our students and relevant organisations, towards the years 2014/2015 commercial release of fuel cell electric cars by all major car makers. I hope that there is a "push" of support from our carbon trading system.

Micro-power grids and solar fuels is a program started in 2013/14 by FUEL   CELL   INSTITUTE   OF   AUSTRALIA .

 5th World Hydrogen Technologies Convention       ( WHTC ) Shanghai China September 25th to 28th 2013.


"A technology led approach towards future sustainability should be complemented by the "push" of carbon trading systems"-Stephen Zorbas 2005 .

                Sustainable   Schools  Australia                                                       The quest to make hydrogen the fuel of the future     

Sustainable Future Fuels in Australia    Solar Hydrogen Research P/L     Fuel   CELL   INSTITUTE   OF   AUSTRALIA


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World Hydrogen Organisations:
  Canada The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association Website: http://www.chfca.ca European Union European Hydrogen Association Website: http://www.h2euro.org     Germany German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell association (DWV) Website: http://www.dwv-info.de/e/index.html Hungary  Hydrogen Association of India Website: http://www.hai.org.in/  India Indian Association for Hydrogen Energy and Advanced Materials  Website: http://www.iaheam.org/ Italy Italian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (H2IT) Website: http://www.h2it.org/ Japan Hydrogen Energy Systems Society of Japan     Website: http://www.hess.jp/ Netherlands Dutch Hydrogen Association  Website: http://www.waterstofvereniging.nl/ Norway Norwegian Hydrogen Association Website: http://www.hydrogen.no/ South Korea Korean National RD&D Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Website: http://www.h2fc.or.kr/eng/index.php Switzerland Swiss Hydrogen Association Website: http://www.hydropole.ch/Hydropole/home/index.htm United Kingdom Clean Energy Educational Website: http://www.hydrogenassociation.org/ American Hydrogen Association (AHA)
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