Australia moved another step closer towards its goal of getting hydrogen to scale with the big news today that it will establish a hydrogen technology cluster in every state and territory.
The network of 13 regional clusters was unveiled by National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) as part of a drive to establish a nationwide hydrogen cluster.
Read the exclusive interview with NERA CEO Miranda Taylor about the network here.
These $1.75m plans have been welcomed by Australian Hydrogen Council CEO Dr. Fiona Simon, who said, “This is a real game changer. These clusters are essential to connect small and medium enterprises across the hydrogen supply chain and provide an opportunity to leverage the tremendous amount of skills and expertise in Australia.”
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