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Hydrogen: help or hype?

Hydrogen: help or hype?

As we transition to a low-carbon energy system, which uses of hydrogen are realistic and which are hype? Renew explores.

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Energy supply and severe weather

Renew is exploring the role of household and local energy systems in creating more resilience in the face of climate change.

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Long road on efficient homes

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Hydrogen: help or hype?

Hydrogen: help or hype?

As we transition to a low-carbon energy system, which uses of hydrogen are realistic and which are hype? Renew explores.

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Buyer (still) beware

Buyer (still) beware

Australia has a new National Construction Code that doesn’t adequately address local climate, compliant building materials or construction quality.

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Upcycled glasshouses

Upcycled glasshouses

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Hydrogen: help or hype?

Hydrogen: help or hype?

As we transition to a low-carbon energy system, which uses of hydrogen are realistic and which are hype? Renew explores.

Read more
Buyer (still) beware

Buyer (still) beware

Australia has a new National Construction Code that doesn’t adequately address local climate, compliant building materials or construction quality.

Read more
Upcycled glasshouses

Upcycled glasshouses

Are we in a new golden age of conservatories? Secondhand glazing is being given a new life as greenhouses – but far from being plant-only spaces, we visit five conservatories which double as cosy extra rooms for relaxation.

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