Revolutionising Hydrogen Production: Introducing Tubular Solid Oxide Electrolysis (tSOE) Technology
Discover our groundbreaking tubular solid oxide electrolysis (tSOE) technology, developed by a team of experienced scientists and engineers.
This cutting-edge technology enables the production of hydrogen through a highly efficient and cost-effective process, revolutionising the green hydrogen industry.
With 30% less electricity consumption and simplified, low-cost manufacturing processes, our tSOE technology is set to transform the decarbonisation efforts of various industries. Explore the potential applications and benefits of this innovative technology as we seek strategic and industrial investors to support the growth of Australia’s hydrogen industry.
From research to patent to impact
CSIRO partnering with industry and investors to commercialise technology with the potential to revolutionise how we produce hydrogen.
This technology can replace almost one third of the electricity required for hydrogen production with low-cost or waste thermal heat from industrial processes. It has potential to decarbonise industries globally.
“The technology is good news for industry because it helps them meet these targets. It also dramatically lowers manufacturing costs and cuts out the technical challenges of storing and transporting hydrogen at scale by using hydrogen directly in processes like ammonia and methanol synthesis and steel making.”
CSIRO spins out new hydrogen tech that uses 30 pct less wind and solar
The CSIRO has spun out a new company that features electrolyser technology that requires 30 per cent less wind and solar, a significant gain in the race to make green hydrogen production as efficient and cost effective as possible.
A new company, called Hadean Energy, will trial the cutting-edge technology at BlueScope’s Port Kembla Steelworks to demonstrate the equipment at pilot scale in an industrial environment before moving on to megawatt scale installations.