Australia to review National Hydrogen Strategy in response to global policy support

The Australian Government looks set to review its National Hydrogen Strategy in response to global policy changes to support the hydrogen industry.

Last Friday (February 24), the Energy and Climate Change Ministerial Council (ECMC) met for the first time to discuss national energy, climate change, and adaption priorities.

All ministers in attendance agreed the Government would lead Australian jurisdictions in a review of the National Hydrogen Strategy to “ensure the national strategy positions Australia on a path to be a global hydrogen leader by 2030 on both an export basis and for the decarbonisation of Australian industries.”

H2 View understands the review will take into account developments across the country and globally since the strategy was released in 2019, with the Council highlighting dramatic policy shifts such as the US’ Inflation Reduction Act.

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