NERA unveils first major step towards creating Australia’s future hydrogen technology cluster network

National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) has unveiled new funding and industry support for Australia’s emerging hydrogen and energy technology businesses in a bid to create a network of hydrogen technology clusters around the country.

The Regional Hydrogen Technology Clusters Seed Funding Programme has been designed to build the skills, capacities and commercialisation opportunities necessary to unlock Australia’s enormous potential to create a globally competitive hydrogen industry that could add $11bn by 2050.

The programme will provide seed funding of up to $100,000 per successful applicant to develop a hydrogen technology cluster.

NERA is seeking expressions of interest from businesses with a clear focus on commercial outcomes, that can demonstrate a commitment and capability to establish and/or grow a hydrogen technology cluster in a specified region within Australia.

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