Australia’s suitability for hydrogen developments, the Korean hydrogen economy and Germany’s National Hydrogen Strategy were all key topics of discussion in the f-cell+HFC Country Plenary this afternoon.
Chaired by Dr. David Hart, Director of E4Tech, the session travelled across continents to discover how each region is working to advance their existing hydrogen economies, whilst building upon them.
First to take to the virtual stage was Leigh Kennedy from the Australian Trade and Investment Committee (Austrade). Within his session he talked about why Australia is the perfect match for hydrogen, its growing industry, government support and the opportunities in the country.
“Australia provides a safe and low-risk environment to invest and do business. One of the fantastic opportunities we have here is leveraging our existing infrastructures and industries, and we can do that with the help of the Australian Hydrogen Council.”
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