‘Hydrogen champions’ appointed to help achieve Queensland’s hydrogen vision

Three “hydrogen industry champions” in Gladstone, Redlands and Townsville will be appointed to help achieve the Palaszczuk Government’s vision for a Queensland hydrogen industry.

Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said local members Glenn Butcher MP, Member for Gladstone; Kim Richards MP, Member for Redlands; and Scott Stewart MP, Member for Townsville have been appointed.

“These three champions will boost the profile of renewable hydrogen in their regions and promote the fast-emerging opportunities for renewable hydrogen in Queensland,” Dick said.

“Gladstone, Redlands and Townsville already show great potential for hydrogen, with significant investment already in place in those regions.”

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