Australia has made remarkable progress towards advancing its hydrogen industry in 2020. Despite the pandemic, industry and governments have taken important steps to identify the role that hydrogen can play in securing Australia’s energy and climate future.
At the centre of this hydrogen vision is the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC), which has given the hydrogen sector an industry voice into government. This year, the AHC welcomed eight new companies, bringing its membership to 63. The fact that more than 50 Australian businesses have now signed up signals tremendous growth and optimism in the sector.
Here, in the latest instalment of H2 View’s A Christmas Twist: The 12 Days of Content series, Dr. Fiona Simon, CEO of the AHC, tells us more how the AHC is helping to drive Australia’s hydrogen economy.
H2 View (H2V): What have been the significant hydrogen developments in Australia over the past 12 months?
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