GPA Engineers are active in both developing and contributing to leading edge research and technology.

GPA have contributed to the following publications:


RP2.2-01: Regulatory mapping for future fuels

To better understand the regulatory landscape and barriers to the introduction of hydrogen and biogas to existing natural gas infrastructure, GPA were engaged to undertake research in conjunction with RMIT University and University of Sydney. GPA Senior consultant, Briony O’Shea and Mechanical Engineer, Daniel Krosch were authors and members of the research project team who developed this report.


Hydrogen in the Gas Distribution Networks

GPA explored the technical and regulatory impacts of adding up to 10% hydrogen to the natural gas distribution networks within Australia. Prepared by GPA Engineering for the Government of South Australian in partnership with Future Fuels CRC on behalf of the COAG Energy Council.


Hydrogen Impacts on Downstream Installations and Appliances

GPA explored the impacts of up to 10% hydrogen blended in natural gas on end-users supplied from the distribution network. Prepared by GPA Engineering on behalf of the COAG Energy Council, the South Australian Government Department of Energy and Mining (SAG DEM) and Future Fuels Cooperative Research Centre (FFCRC).