September 23, 2021
GrapheneX leads the government-funded Clayton Hydrogen Technology Cluster (“Clayton H2”).
“Our partnership with WaterRA is a great step forward for Australia’s emerging hydrogen economy,” GrapheneX’s Director Stephen Wee said. “We look forward to bringing together industry stakeholders and scientists in developing technological capabilities in the areas of cost-effective hydrogen production, storage and distribution infrastructure, to enable Australia’s leading position in the global hydrogen industry.”
Viridis Consultants provides risk management advice and solutions to organisations across Australia, including national water utilities. Viridis is interested in collaborating with members on drinking water and recycled guidelines, and risk management. Their other topics of interest are water quality, emerging contaminants, validation, operator skills and training, health based targets and catchment management.