Australia unveils three additional hydrogen technology clusters

The Australian hydrogen industry is set to receive a huge boost with three new regional hydrogen clusters, identified under the Hydrogen Technology Cluster Australia (H2CTA) programme, having been revealed today (Dec 3).

With this identification, the clusters will be based in Townsville, Queensland, as well as the Gascoyne and Midwest regions of Western Australia.

It is expected that these hydrogen clusters will aim to bring together local players to build the regions’ skills and advance commercialisation opportunities for hydrogen.

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