New report outlines five opportunities for hydrogen growth in Australia

A new report from national science agency CSIRO has identified critical research steps Australia must make in order to achieve its full hydrogen potential.

The report found investing in research could solve industry challenges to create five key national opportunities: hydrogen exports, integration of hydrogen into gas networks; transport; electricity systems; and industrial processes.

Australia’s current hydrogen research footprint includes 23 institutions actively exploring hydrogen in various technology and research areas, as well as another 23 hydrogen-specific demonstration projects and research facilities around Australia.

Dr Patrick Hartley, CSIRO Research Director, said the national science agency was on a mission to bring together industry, government and other research organisations to fast-track emerging hydrogen technologies.

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