$4.9m funding for new research centre that will aid development of new cost-effective hydrogen technologies

Researchers from UNSW Sydney have secured more than $4.9m in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for development of the ARC Training Centre for The Global Hydrogen Economy.

The UNSW project, which was awarded funding over five years, will engage Australia’s best researchers to develop hydrogen technologies and innovations to aid the world’s transition to renewable energies.

The announcement follows the recent launch of the Hydrogen Energy Research Centre at UNSW.

The first-of-its-kind university-industry partnership with Providence Asset Group (PAG) further supports the federal government’s National Hydrogen Strategy and the ambition for annual hydrogen exports to reach $10bn by 2040.

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