Australia’s Northern Territory releases Renewable Hydrogen Master Plan to unlock $3.5bn for the economy

The Northern Territory of Australia is set to receive a huge boost to its hydrogen ecosystem with its government releasing a Renewable Hydrogen Master Plan to guide its development and unlock AUS$3.5bn ($2.5bn) for the economy.

It is expected that the masterplan will build on the Governments 2019 renewable hydrogen strategy vision with the Northern Territory well placed to position itself at the forefront of the hydrogen economy.

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