Morrison’s tech roadmap flags hydrogen as priority technology

Clean hydrogen is one of five priority technologies outlined today in the Morrison Government’s first Low Emissions Technology Statement – the first milestone in Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap.

Released by Energy and Emissions Reduction Minister Angus Taylor, hydrogen production under $2 per kilogram is named as a priority technology and economic stretch goal to make new technologies as cost-effective as existing technologies.

Other technologies mentioned include energy storage, low-carbon materials, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and soil carbon measurements.

Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap is a framework to accelerate technologies that will deliver lower emissions, lower costs and create jobs.

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