A global platform has been launched to accelerate and connect hydrogen start-ups locally, national and internationally with projects and customers.
Dubbed H2 StartupBase, the platform already features over 3,500 hydrogen related start-ups and organisations across the globe.
Startupbootcamp Australia today (May 28) unveiled the platform at the official launch of the Greater Geelong Hydrogen Technology Cluster in Melbourne.
The Cluster was opened by the Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio who said, “Industries like hydrogen from renewables have huge potential, not only to boost power supply and reliability, but to create jobs locally and tackle climate change globally.
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