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Australian Government provides $7m for the Hycel Technology Hub to boost regional hydrogen expertise
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Australian Government provides $7m for the Hycel Technology Hub to boost regional hydrogen expertise

Hycel has revealed today (July 8) that it has received A$7m ($5.2m) from the Federal Government’s Strategic University Reform Fund (SURF) to boost hydrogen expertise in south-west Victoria, Australia.

The funding will support Deakin University in developing its new Hycel Technology Hub that will feature a fuel cell wing and training facilities for hydrogen application technologies.

This will boost Deakin University’s hydrogen technology applications and support new innovative developments in the fuel cell and hydrogen sector.

Read more: Victoria Government supporting Deakin University’s fuel cell and hydrogen expansion

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