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Hydrogen technology cluster under development in Bell Bay, Australia

Hydrogen technology cluster under development in Bell Bay, Australia

The Tasmanian Liberal Government has committed an additional $100,000 to develop a regional hydrogen technology cluster at the Bell Bay Advanced Manufacturing Zone (BBAMZ).

Such move is part of the Tasmanian Government’s first 100-day plan to support the nation’s hydrogen cluster which will assist Tasmania’s transition to renewable energy.

In addition to the funding announced today (August 2), the Government also recently matched $100,000 which National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) previously announced to the project.

Poised to be one of Australia’s strategically important locations for development of the emerging green hydrogen industry, Bell Bay and the Federal Government want to see the location become a national hydrogen hub.

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