In an Australian first, Queensland has established a Minister for Hydrogen as the state recognises the importance of this valuable energy source.
Mick De Brenni will take on the new role, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced as she unveiled her third-term Cabinet.
The move has been welcomed by the Australian Hydrogen Council, with CEO Dr. Fiona Simon commenting, “This is the right time to recognise hydrogen with a portfolio in its own right.”
“By creating a hydrogen portfolio, the Queensland Government recognises hydrogen as an important new industry in the economic recovery, and a great opportunity for Queensland.”
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