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Platinum's atypical alkaline electrolyser role lowering hydrogen cost outlook

26th October 2021 Platinum group metals (PGMs) are lifting the performance of an alkaline electrolyser, which is helping to lower the cost outlook of green hydrogen. PGMs have been incorporated in the catalytic coatings of the electrodes of the prototype Advanced Alkaline Electrolyser (AAE) alkaline electrolyser... 

Canada’s First Nations see green hydrogen as an indigenous reconciliation opportunity

25th October 2021 Hydrogen systems are not only going to be green, clean and low emission but they are also going to be local – and Canada’s First Nations see them as an indigenous reconciliation opportunity. “They’re going to be local energy systems,” Change Energy principal Rymal Smith said in response to Fasken... 

On-The-Air (22/10/2021)

22nd October 2021 The small end of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange is in danger of collapsing unless something is done to incentivise it; Shareholders unhappy with a director’s pay level this week voted out one of South Africa’s biggest names in international mining; and South Africans need to take drastic and... 

Mine operators need to take hydrogen very seriously, law firm webinar hears

22nd October 2021 Mine operators need to take hydrogen and fuel cells very seriously as a pathway to decarbonisation, a webinar hosted by law firm Fasken heard this week. “There’s no pathway to zero carbon that does not include hydrogen and fuel cells,” H2GO Canada CEO Bob Oliver stated emphatically in response to... 

Investment in mining crucial to ensuring continued contribution to economy – PwC

22nd October 2021 Investment in the mining industry is crucial to ensure its continued contribution to the South African economy, says PwC in its thirteenth edition of SA Mine 2021, a series of publications that highlights trends in the South African mining industry. In a year of doom and gloom on so many fronts,... 

South Africa in danger of missing out on commodity boom, Joburg Indaba hears

22nd October 2021 A much more enabling environment is needed to ensure that South Africa does not miss out on yet another commodity boom, the Joburg Indaba heard on Wednesday. “We know that we’ve missed at least one commodity boom,” Foskor chairperson, Industrial Development Corporation director and founding... 

South Africa’s exploration investment lowest since dawn of democracy

22nd October 2021 South Africa’s mining industry is at its lowest level of exploration investment since democracy began in 1994, the Joburg Indaba heard on Thursday. “Never have we spent less – and this is a pity because significant promises were made about an exploration plan for the country,” Joburg Indaba... 

Private-sector capacity must be brought in to clear excessive govt backlogs

22nd October 2021 At last count, there was a backlog of more than 5 000 applications for mining, prospecting and exploration licences waiting to be processed. Many months after Parliament revealed that figure, officialdom was questioned on the extent to which the backlog had been reduced but with little success... 

No zero carbon without green hydrogen, US pledging $1/kg coal-parity price

21st October 2021 The world will be unable to meet its zero-carbon targets without the introduction of green hydrogen solutions, says Plug Power chief strategy officer Sanjay Shrestha, at a time when the US has launched a programme to cut the cost of clean hydrogen by 80%. Nasdaq-listed Plug Power, a pure play... 

Voted-out Gilbertson wishes Jupiter godspeed, CEO moved off board

20th October 2021 A resolution for the removal of the MD and CEO of the ASX-listed Jupiter Mines as a member of the board was passed at the company’s general meeting on Wednesday, when mining doyen Brian Gilbertson was not re-elected as chairperson. Jupiter’s focus is on the highly successful Tshipi Borwa... 

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