Australia needs a comprehensive and actionable hydrogen market plan, day one of Australian Hydrogen Conference hears

Australia needs a comprehensive and actionable hydrogen market plan if the country is to build a world-scale hydrogen industry, day one of the Australian Hydrogen Conference was told today.

The Australian Hydrogen Council’s (AHC) first-ever conference, held in partnership with Informa, saw energy experts from around the world debate the future of hydrogen.

The four-day conference (16th – 19th) is taking place virtually in light of the ongoing situation with Covid-19.

“The Australian Hydrogen Council encourages the Federal Government to adopt 2030 as its ‘hydrogen at $2’ target date,” Dr. Fiona Simon, CEO of AHC, said.

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