Woodside lights on electricity

Hydrocarbon producer Woodside Petroleum Ltd has invested $8 million to support a research program developing electricity generation technology based on ceramic or solid oxide fuel cells.

Woodside made the investment in Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (CFCL), an Australian company based in Victoria.

CFCL was formed in 1992 to develop and commercialise the technology originally developed by CSIRO.

The benefits of the technology include reduced greenhouse emissions and improved energy conversion efficiency relative to current electricity generation technology.

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