Economic and environmental factors: Hydrogen ticks both boxes

Australia has been fast positioning itself to lead the world on hydrogen production and exports, announcing last year that it would develop a National Hydrogen Strategy to determine a coordinated way forward to maximise the country’s competitive advantages and move forward.

Activity is rife at a national and state level, with the Governments of Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia currently developing their own state-based hydrogen strategies focussing on different parts of the hydrogen value chain.

At the centre of this hydrogen vision is industry association Hydrogen Mobility Australia (HMA). Comprised of a collection of vehicle manufacturers, energy companies, infrastructure providers, research organisations and governments, the HMA wants to create a hydrogen society for Australia built upon clean and renewable energy technology, including hydrogen-powered transport.

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