Hydrogen strategy must be key element of Australian Net Zero strategy, says AHC

Australia’s revised National Hydrogen Strategy must be viewed as a key element of the government’s Net Zero strategy, says the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC), as it submits a position paper to the Albanese Government.

In February (2023), Australia’s Energy and Climate Change Ministerial Council decided to review the country’s hydrogen strategy to, “ensure the national strategy position Australia on a path to be a global hydrogen leader by 2030.”

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