Australian Government includes hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in new A$250m funding

Australia continues to position itself as a leading nation in hydrogen technologies with the Government revealing an expanded A$250m ($185m) Future Fuels Fund investment which includes hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.

Revealed today (Nov 9), the funding comes as part of the national Future Fuels and Vehicles Strategy which aims to decarbonise the transportation sector of Australia by investing in a variety of low-carbon solutions – hydrogen refuelling infrastructure will be a priority of the funding.

The Australian Government has said that this investment, which includes A$178m ($132m) in new funding, will aim to deliver on the recently released Long-Term Emissions Reduction Plan on the path to net zero emissions by 2050.

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