Australia-Germany consortium to analyse hydrogen supply chain in new study

A new consortium comprised of academia and industry experts will begin work to identify barriers and the optimal approaches to establishing a hydrogen supply chain between Germany and Australia.

The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Deloitte and Baringa Partners have been selected as the Australian partners and will work with peers in Germany to deliver the ‘German-Australian Supply Chain Feasibility Study of Hydrogen produced from Renewables’.

The consortium will analyse the entire hydrogen supply chain (production, storage, transport, recovery and use) to establish how Australia can best deliver renewable hydrogen to Germany.

The study will also consider opportunities for trade of technological innovations that could transform the value chains between the countries.

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