Advancing New Zealand’s transition to a low emissions economy, the New Zealand Hydrogen Association updates on operations

Formed in September 2018 by private and public sector organisations with seed funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), the New Zealand Hydrogen Association is continuing to support the progression and uptake of low emission hydrogen in New Zealand.

Since the association last updated on its efforts in March, the world has changed significantly with the advent of Covid-19 and its far-reaching implications for us all.

“It is now time to look to the future and work together again to deliver a bold economic recovery that is focused with clarity and vision on the undoubted opportunity that transitioning to a low emission economy offers,” Dr. Linda Wright, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Hydrogen Association, said.

“As an innovative, nimble country with an abundance of renewable resources that is the envy of the world, this opportunity is ours for the taking.”

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