Hydrogen Research Support for University

Hydrogen research in Australia has a new center for advancement at the University of Tasmania School of Engineering. A new AUD 350,000 (USD 250,000) laboratory facility was designed specifically for the study of potential hydrogen applications in automotive technology and engineering in collaboration with German and Danish research teams.

August 24, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Funding for the facility, laboratory equipment and a post-doctoral researcher position was provided by Hydro Tasmania, an Australian power facility that generates electricity through wind and hydroelectric sources. The engineering and research team at the university is expected to provide expertise to support the development of Tasmania’s hydrogen economy, and build on advanced hydrogen research in the United States, Germany and Japan.
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