Liz Hutton

Liz Hutton worked for about 20 years in the energy and resources sectors, mostly in commercial and financial roles. More recently she worked as the project manager of a not-for-profit organisation conducting projects investigating ways to improve energy productivity and accelerate decarbonisation of the Australian economy, particularly in agriculture and manufacturing. Liz joined NSW DPI in 2020 as a project officer in the Climate Branch, Agriculture where she is working on projects that aim to assist farmers reduce their energy use, costs and emissions, and improve their competitiveness.

In 2017 Liz graduated from the University of Sydney with a Master of Sustainability degree. The focus of her studies was economic/commercial and policy aspects of decarbonising energy systems. Liz’s bachelor degrees from the Australian National University are in Commerce and Arts (Political Science).

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Vintage red farm tractor used as a generator in front of shed with two farmers
Improving energy efficiency to reduce carbon emissions – Webinar recording

With increasing electricity prices and a transition to decarbonise our businesses, innovation will be crucial to the wine industry in overcoming challenges and capitalising on …
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Pecora Dairy Energy Efficiency Solutions Pilot Project

The NSW DPI Energy Efficiency Solutions project has implemented pilot projects on a range of farms around NSW during 2021 to address the cost, reliability …
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How does a hydrogen fuel cell work?

Hydrogen fuel cells are being touted as a promising technology to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, particularly in the transport sector. Hydrogen fuel cells use …
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Real world applications of hydrogen technologies

Dr Neil Thompson, Adjunct Associate Professor with the Centre for Clean Energy Technologies at the Queensland University of Technology, has created a series of three …
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