Hydrogen research progresses at Deakin Hycel Technology Hub

Hydrogen research progresses at Deakin Hycel Technology Hub

A newly established Hycel External Advisory Board has been announced to strengthen cross sector linages and provide market trend insights across the hydrogen market at Deakin’s Hycel Technology Hub.

Working hard to progress its hard work, Hycel has already developed strong international partnerships in the US and India. The new Board marks yet another step in the right direction.

Deakin Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Martin said that by establishing the Hycel External Advisory Board, Deakin has shown a commitment to sustainable technologies and applied innovation, informed by community and industry needs.

“Hycel is leading Australia’s hydrogen application research through strategic partnerships that support the creation of the industries and jobs of the future,” Martin said.

“Hydrogen hubs are a key element of Australia’s National Hydrogen Strategy and provide industry with a springboard to scale.”

The Hycel External Advisory Board hopes to maximise hydrogen research and development, investment, collaboration and trade opportunities at the centre in order to grow the hydrogen economy.

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