Jemena calls for Australian Renewable Gas Target to accelerate hydrogen adoption

Jemena, a leading energy infrastructure company in Australia, has called for a Renewable Gas Target today (May 25), highlighting hydrogen as a crucial next step towards achieving net-zero emissions in Australia by 2050

Frank Tudor, Managing Director at Jemena, believes that a Renewable Gas Target would likely replicate the success of the Renewable Energy Target (RET) which helped spur the development of renewable technologies in the electricity sector.

Additionally, by deploying renewable gas using existing infrastructure to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, Australia energy consumers would also avoid costly and unnecessary upgrades to the energy sector.

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